‘Trash Angel’ spruces up Schnell School

By From page A1 | January 02, 2013

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NORMA ANDREWS holds up a Christmas card sent to her by children from Schnell School. Andrews picks up garbage around the school on her walks, prompting an outpouring of thank yous from the school staff and students. Democrat photo by Wendy Schultz

“Dear Trash Angel…” So begins one of the many letters Norma Andrews, 75, received on Dec. 19. Andrews has lived in El Dorado County since the 1960s, coming to the area because her husband wanted to pan for gold. But the real gold in this story is in Andrews’ stubborn determination and practical help.

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