Jerome’s joins La Jolla Shores beach cleanup effort

Children of Jerome’s employees have fun with the trash grabbers.

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Jerome’s Furniture (Jerome’s) is taking part in I Love a Clean San Diego’s “Adopt a Beach” program this summer. As the kick-off, the company invites the community to participate in a beach clean-up from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Aug. 6 at La Jolla Shores beach.

All volunteers will have a chance to win prizes and enjoy refreshments from Jerome’s and KYXY as part of the “Life’s a Beach” campaign.

Jerome’s chairman, Jerry Navarra, has a home in La Jolla Shores.

I Love A Clean San Diego is the San Diego County coordinator of the statewide Adopt-A-Beach program. This program is great for groups who want to participate in volunteer work on an ongoing basis. Visit adopt.sd.org.

Volunteers can contact ILACSD at 619-704-2778 or jdeleon@cleansd.org to register in advance or simply show up that day.

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