French Valley Community Development Corporation wants to thank all those who participated in the French Valley Adopt-A-Block clean-up day on May 21, 2022 from 3-6pm. We greatly appreciate you all working alongside us and participating in our Adopt-A-Block citywide program.
Our task is to go into various areas of town and begin community cleanup outreaches and beautification projects. Our mission is to transform our local communities and offer resources to those that are in need throughout our town. These events occur twice a year and will continue indefinitely. Our goal is to be the catalyst to allow our community members an outreach opportunity to help their town prosper physically and financially.
Here are the final numbers from the community clean-up day:
80 Man Hours of work completed (40+ people in attendance)
40 Yards+ of Trash Cleaned up
Multiple mattresses, rolls of carpet, 5 Tires, lots and lots of full trash bags, and a hypodermic needle!
Follow the French Valley Community Development Corporation’s website to find details on our next clean-up day. www.frenchvalleycdc.org
The sponsors for this event were: the French Valley Community Develop Corporation (FVCDC), Stater Bros. Markets, Temecula Valley Junk Pick-up, All Good Things Ministry, Our Community, Supervisor Chuck Washington District 3, Mountain View Tire, Waste Management, the Temecula Police – Homeless Taskforce, Living Stones Church and Hardware Stores: Home Depot, Lowe’s, and ACE. The event was followed by dinner provided by FVCDC and supplied from our local Skybox Restaurant.
We look forward to having you all join us at our next event.
Thank you for making this a successful event. Everything is made better, when we all work together!
Board Member, FVCDC
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