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Second Street hoofprints stamped

Giraffe Heroes International Director John Graham and Gretchen Thorne, a construction crew worker on the Second Street project, replace the giraffe hoofprints in the sidewalk.  - Ann Medlock photo
Giraffe Heroes International Director John Graham and Gretchen Thorne, a construction crew worker on the Second Street project, replace the giraffe hoofprints in the sidewalk.
— image credit: Ann Medlock photo

Langley’s giraffe hoofprints are back where they belong on Second Street.

The sidewalk in front of the Giraffe Heroes Project office was demolished this month as part of the Second Street construction project.

Previously, hoofprints from a giraffe’s hoof mold were pressed into the sidewalk in honor of the nonprofit that recognizes people who stick their necks out for others.

In an email from Giraffe Project founder Ann Medlock, she thanked Katrina Collins, Will Collins, Langley Mayor Fred McCarthy and the construction crews working on Second Street for making the hoofprints happen.

 

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