Five Miles of Hayward Streets Sparkle again because of an enthusiastic group of 70 volunteers comprised of Glassbrook students & parents, and high school volunteers from Councilman/Professor Mark Salinas’ classes at Tennyson High, Hayward High, and Chabot College. Things look so much better once again! We are kicking off the school year right with excellent community service and community building! Enjoy some of the images of the day:
SPECIAL THANKS TO PRINCIPAL JESSICA SAAVEDRA FOR HER OUTSTANDING EFFORTS RALLYING FAMILIES AND DIGGING UP GREAT PRIZES FOR THE KIDS RAFFLE!
COUNCILMAN MARK SALINAS, YOU ARE THE BEST! THANK YOU FOR RALLYING SO MANY HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE STUDENTS TO COME FEED US BREAKFAST AND CLEAN WITH US VIA THE KIDS BREAKFAST CLUB! YOU DO INDISPENSABLE WORK MAKING OUR COMMUNITY FABRIC SO MUCH STRONGER!
AND THANK YOU MARIA RADILLA FOR HEADING UP THE LITTER GRABBER CHECKOUT AND ORGANIZATION! AND TO THE CITY OF HAYWARD STREETS DEPARTMENT FOR HAULING IT ALL AWAY!
HERE ARE THE STREETS WE CLEANED TODAY! SO IMPRESSIVE!:
Huntwood from Huntwood Way to Harris
All of Gading
All of Patrick
All of Schafer Road
Harder from Soto to Bishop
Tyrrell and Manon from Schafer to Sheperd
AND SPECIAL THANKS TO A CREW FROM LIVERMORE WHO PULLED 8 BAGS OF RUBBISH FROM UNDER THE HARDER OVERPASS!
SEE YOU AT THE NEXT GLASSBROOK CLEANUP ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 2013! 8:30am-11am.
WARM REGARDS, GREG GALATI, GLASSBROOK NEIGHBORHOOD CLEAN TEAM COORDINATOR