St. Paul’s Lutheran School Cleans Up Pacific Beach!

St.Paul PBTC

On Monday, March 24, St. Paul’s Lutheran Schools students in grade K-8 fanned out in the neighborhood north of the school (1376 Felspar Street) to pick up trash and recyclables from the sidewalk areas, curb and alleys. 135 students and 12 teachers and parents participated in in this Pacific Beach clean-up. Each class was assigned a route to follow and in 90 minutes the students were able to clean-up the area bounded on the east by Ingraham Street, Cass Street to the west, Felspar to the south and Chalcedony to the north, as well as cleaning up the parking lot of the Wells Fargo Bank. The students and staff had a great time making “Pacific Beach shine” and they did get a little competitive to see who could pick up the most trash. St. Paul’s Lutheran School appreciates the opportunity to serve the community of Pacific Beach and to partner with the Pacific Beach Town Council for this project. Thank you for the supplies for the clean-up (the students really liked the “pickers” and I had more than one request to be able to keep them!). We would also love to participate in a project like this on a regular basis. Fred Friedrichs, Principal St. Paul’s Lutheran School

[Posted on 02 May 2014]
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