So Cal Trash Army Sets Out To Celebrate 2 Years Of Holistic Community Service

July 29 22:46 2022
Redlands Junk Removal partners with So Cal Trash Army to lend a hand to the event

A community service-oriented local grassroots organization, So Cal Trash Army, is thrilled to announce that it will host a community trash clean-up event to celebrate 2 years of holistic community service. So Cal Trash Army is reputed for providing top-notch selfless services to the community through cleanups, community garden support, and the distribution of food.

The event is scheduled to take place on the 30th of July, 2022, at 9 AM at Hidden Acres wedding venue, 955 Lytle Creek Road, Lytle Creek, CA 92358.

In partnership with So Cal Trash Army, Redlands Junk Removal will lend its trash hauling equipment, trailer, truck, and labor to the event’s success. Redlands Junk Removal is a family-owned and operated business based in Redlands, California and, serving The Inland Empire, removing trash, junk, leftover construction materials and disposing of them in a safe, professional manner.

The community trash clean-up event will afford locals an incredible opportunity to connect, build relationships, and act out strategies to save the natural spaces, protect the San Bernardino National Forest and preserve the environment. To ensure a good experience at the event, people are required to bring clothes that can easily get dirty, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, trash pickers, towels, bathing suits, water shoes, and chairs. As an extra perk, the first 100 people to attend the event between 9 AM and 9:30 AM are sure to receive a taco wristband to be redeemed for a free taco plate for the first 100 people  from Poncho Vegans, sponsored by Captain Jacks.

This event is proudly sponsored by Captain Jacks, several other partners will add their unique spices to make the event colorful and exceptional. These partners include Cafe Organix, which serves up delicious morning starter drinks and vegan food, Pancho Vegans for amazing taco plates and vegan Mexican food, Redlands Junk Removal, and US Forest Service for cleanup supplies and service, and Hidden Acres Events for a parking lot and event hosting. 

The event will be an adventurous one as attendees will switch locations after cleaning to reconnect, eat, have fun and hang out. This is a can’t-miss event designed to foster unity and facilitate community service. 

“Saturday, we will gather in unity, in one collective effort to keep Lytle Creek beautiful. After 2 years of dedicated service to the land, we’ll celebrate,” said Kristen Malaby, founder of So Cal Trash Army.

For more information, visit https://www.instagram.com/socaltrasharmy/

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Website: https://www.instagram.com/socaltrasharmy/