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Community Clean Up Spring 2017 PDF 


Fallbrook Beautification Alliance members and a host of other volunteers braved the early heat wave to clean approximately 18 miles of Fallbrook's roadways and parks Saturday, April 22,  between 9 a.m. and 12 noon.  Representatives from Fallbrook Land Conservancy, SkoolLive, Bonsall Adopt-a-Road and the Fallbrook Garden Club volunteered along with many conscientious community residents and families.

The Chair of the Clean Up, Julie Gipner, reported that 42 volunteers, including 9 children, participated and removed over 1,621 pounds of trash, recycling and illegally-dumped items.  In addition, a number of large items that required special handling/removal were located.  

Special recognition goes to:

Angie Meza (mother) and daughter Madilyn Meza from Girl Scout Troop 2919 (shown above) helped to reduce waste while showing off their creativity by "Blinging a Bucket" to use at the clean up.  FBA greatly appreciates volunteers that go above and beyond by bringing their own reusable supplies to help us reduce waste at clean-up events.  
 Potter Junior High Schooler Aaron Roberts (shown above with FBA Event Chair Julie Gipner) retired 4 hours of community service, making at least 7 trips to various fields and roadways in downtown Fallbrook, returning with bags of trash on each occasion.  
A photo of trash from the event in a dumpster between Fallbrook Library and Fallbrook Art Center.