La Jolla Rotary, Interact clean up at Rec Center

On Saturday at the La Jolla Recreation Center, it was an intense day of sanding and painting for members of the La Jolla Rotary and the La Jolla High Interact Club who spent the annual Rotary Day at Work rehabilitating benches, tables and plaques.

The club gave special thanks to Larry Schurnow of Dewhurst and Associates who provided the expert hands-on direction. The benches have been taken to the high school for refinishing.

“The plaques on the center’s wall came alive with much polishing liquid, rags, wire brushing and elbow grease, wrote president-elect Ron Jones. “You can actually read them now.”

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