SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Earth 8 joined I Love A Clean San Diego for its annual Creek to Bay Clean Up Saturday. And once again, it was a huge success.
Volunteers packed Martin Luther King Junior Memorial Park in Skyline Saturday morning. In all, thousands of volunteers helped out at more than 70 other clean up sites across San Diego.
"That's what 'I Love A Clean San Diego' is all about. Our focus is not just only the beaches and bays. But also inland areas that need, that need help with removing trash at the source," said Pauline Martinson the Executive Director of I Love A Clean San Diego.
News 8 would like to thank everyone who showed up and took part in Saturday's Creek to Bay Clean Up.
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