The California Crusader covers a neighborhood cleanup in East Hollywood, co-organized by Vons, the LAPD, Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell’s office and the Way to Happiness Foundation chapter sponsored by the Church of Scientology Los Angeles.
Vons Grocery Store on Sunset and Virgil partnered up with the Los Angeles Police Department, Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell’s District 13 and The Way to Happiness Los Angeles to clean up their neighborhood last Saturday.
Over eighty people arrived at Vons first thing in the morning and were greeted with coffee, bagels and donuts from the grocery store, donned new T-Shirts with the #ProjectCleanLA hashtag and the project’s motto “Help keep our neighborhood clean, safe and healthy!” Then they grabbed trash bags, brooms, shovels and gloves, then divided up to cover several predetermined trash routes.
One team powerwashed some of the dirtiest areas of the city sidewalks I n the Los Angeles Unified School District, the majority of students — about 430,000 — are eligible for free and reduced-cost meals, aimed at assisting low-income families. But the food doesn’t stop with the school year.