Get your volunteer gig on and join Rotary in the Clean California Community Day on March 25th. Supplies for the clean-up will be provided– trash bags, trash grabbers, gloves, and safety vests for public to use. Working in partnership with the County of Lake, all the collected trash will then be hauled to the dump. Community volunteers are welcome to join in this effort.
Kelseyville – The Rotary Club of Kelseyville Sunrise is participating in the cleanup event organized by Lake County Water Resources. Club members and community volunteers will work on cleaning up our waterways by picking up trash/tires/anything that doesn’t belong. There will be a site host at two locations, Kelseyville mini park, and Highland Springs, from 9 am-12 pm.
Middletown – The Rotary Club of Middletown will participate in the Clean CA Community Day – Spring into Action ‘Caltrans sponsored’ event at two locations in South Lake County.
At 9 am, the group will meet at the Trailside Park off Dry Creek Cut-off on the outskirts of town. Trailside Park is the home of the EcoArts Sculpture Walk and, in the past, was the site for the High School Cross Country Team training and competition meets. Rotary Club members will ‘clean up’ the parking lot area and roadside locations along Dry Creek Cut-off.
At 10 am, the group will relocate to Hidden Valley Lake and meet at the Mountain High Coffee Shop in the Hardester’s Market Shopping Plaza. The group will remove trash and litter along Hartmann Road and along the side road of the shopping plaza that leads to Coyote High School.
After the Middletown event, the group will head to Rock ‘n Rolled Ice-Cream for lunch and/or dessert to support local small businesses. Rock ‘n Rolled Ice-Cream owner Baylee Grove was the 1st Place Winner in the Startup Business Category of the 2022 1Team1Dream Third Annual ‘Hands Up’ Lake County Small Business Competition.
For more information regarding Clean California Lake County projects contact Terry Dereniuk, Rotary of Kelseyville Club President at firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call Monica Rosenthal, Rotary of Middletown Club President, at 707-355-2762.