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Sent on Mormon-News: 18May01

By Kent Larsen

Missionaries Help Clean Up San Bernardino Road

SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA -- Missionaries from the California San Bernardino Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are out helping to clean up a San Bernardino neighborhood. The missionaries volunteered tohelp clean up and landscape the intersection of Kendall Drive and Little Mountain Drive as part of a project started by San Bernardino resident Chas Kelley.

Kelley was bothered by the amount of litter in that neighborhood and got to work fixing the problem. Securing the support of resident associations and neighborhood groups in the area, he secured $3,000 in grants from the San Bernardino Economic Development Agency. Volunteers, including the LDS missionaries, planted Texas Ash trees and low growing plants, installed plumbing along the sidewalks and cleaned up accumulated trash.


Neighborhoods work to fix landscaping
Riverside CA Press-Enterprise 18May01 D1
By Joanna Banks: The Press-Enterprise


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