Cleanup set for La Jolla’s Coast Walk trail

At 1 p.m. on June 4, the La Jolla Town Council Nell Carpenter Beautification Committee and The Friends of Coast Walk Trail Volunteers will team up to clean La Jolla’s scenic Coast Walk trail.

Gloves, pickers, trash bags, facemasks and other essential supplies will be distributed among the volunteers.
“We are in desperate need of weed whackers, so if you have one please bring it,” said Ester Viti of LJTC Nell Carpenter. “Since it is so close to the sign-in area, which is behind the cave area, walking across the street will be very convenient. We will have identification tags for each of the volunteers once they sign in to identify you as a volunteer.”

Deborah Marengo of Gold Fish Point Cafe will donate coffee and snacks. Junk MD will dispose of the filled bags of clippings and weeds.

Coast Walk Trail can be dangerous since some parts of the path have washed away leaving gaps. The age group volunteering should be no younger than 14 years of age due to safety concerns.
For more information call Esther Viti at (619) 742-1373.

Related posts:

  1. Three generations turn out for La Jolla cleanup
  2. La Jolla Elementary Brownies pitch in on cleanup day
  3. Volunteers sought for La Jolla bike path cleanup on Saturday
  4. Esther Viti Day is Dec. 7; next La Jolla cleanup is Dec. 11
  5. La Jolla's 'hat lady' on a mission to polish the Jewel

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