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Bridge Publications Spring Cleanup in Commerce

FINISHING UP:  Volunteers and local companies contributed to a Commerce clean-up effort, among them were 4Earth Farms, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and The Tree People. Commerce Vice Mayor. Hugo Argumedo joined the initiative, along with the Maravilla Foundation.

 

July 13, 2022

HMG-CN Staff Report

Bridge Publications spring cleanup brought the community together for an afternoon dedicated to caring for the environment.

Bridge Publications, the all-digital in-house printing facility and publisher of L. Ron Hubbard’s nonfiction works, organized and carried out a clean-up with other members of the Commerce community.

Vice Mayor of the City of Commerce Mr. Hugo Argumedo joined the initiative, not only coordinating supplies for the clean-up and a city dumpster, but also volunteering to help clean the streets.

The Maravilla Foundation brought a force of volunteers who lent their muscle and trucks and energetically worked alongside Bridge Publications and other volunteers, shoveling, picking up and hauling trash.

 

Commerce Vice-Mayor Hugo Argumedo with a volunteer at the clean-up.

 

Other local companies and organizations contributed to the effort with supplies and volunteers. Among them were 4Earth Farms, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and The Tree People.

The volunteers advanced in a single team, covering an entire city block, while a patrol vehicle from the East Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department escorted the team, lending safety and support.

All and all, the team collected and properly disposed of 81 fifty-five-gallon bags of trash, 3 TV frames, 7 tires, 2 shopping carts, 1 couch, bookshelves, bed frames and a canoe.

Bridge Publications acknowledges everyone involved in working to beautify Commerce.

 

CANOE? Some of the trash picked up included 2 shopping carts, 1 couch, bookshelves, bed frames…… and a canoe.