Pebble Plain Clean Up: This Saturday

Big Bear, Ca, August 26, 2010, 8:00am - Join the Big Bear Trails Foundation this Saturday August 28th for a forest clean up workday.  The area known as Pebble Plain between Sugarloaf and Moonridge has become a dumping ground for trash, old couches and old appliances.  Phil Hamilton, President of the Big Bear Trails Foundation feels very strongly about the clean up project.  ” It ought to make you angry that people would treat our forest this way,” said Hamilton.  “It’s time we took care of it, and we need your help.”  Those interested lending a hand or two should meet at the Chautauqua High School Parking lot on the corner of Maple and Baldwin lane between 8:30am-9:30am.  Wear long pants, a lightweight long sleeve shirt, hat, gloves, and sturdy shoes.  Bring water and a snack, and enjoy a BBQ lunch at 1:00pm.  If you have questions, give Phil a call at 585-3467.

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