Nearly 400 local volunteers are expected to gather in the city’s historic areas Sept. 16 as part of another “Clean Extreme” event.
“There are a lot of people expected to turnout this weekend,” said Keith Eredia, who works the pro services desk at the He and his employer are actively involved in Sunday’s event. “We have more than 350 volunteers [from across the city] signed up” – not including people who may have signed up with the city, he said.
The number doesn’t figure in walkups either.
Beginning with at the , residents have been coming out en mass to tidy up their city.
As for Sunday’s event, everyone is welcome. The city, local area churches, businesses, organizations and residents will be picking up trash and doing other chores from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., according to Justin Carlson, management analyst for the City of Lake Elsinore.
The areas designated for cleanup will be in and around Main Street, and along Lakeshore Drive, between Riverside Drive and Chaney Street, according to Carlson.
Volunteers are being asked to meet at , 21901 Railroad Canyon Road, for a pre-event meeting, and to come ready to work wearing proper shoes, clothing, gloves and sun protection. Volunteers should also bring water.
While most volunteers will be removing weeds, trash and debris from the designated areas, Good Samaritans from Lowe’s, Lamb’s Fellowship and the city will lend a hand over at the Projects expected to be completed at the Center by Sunday afternoon are the installation of four new windows, one double door, painting, stucco repair, new fencing and weeding, Eredia said.
The city purchased the windows and door for the Center, while Lowe’s is donating the bulk of the remaining materials; Lamb’s is providing the manpower, Eredia continued.
For more information on volunteering with Sunday’s Clean Extreme, visit www.lake-elsinore.org or call 951-674-3124 before 4 p.m. Friday.