Volunteer With Your Valentine!

Help clean up San Francisco's Chinatown on February 12

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    NEWSLETTERS

    “Volunteer with your Valentine” is a special cleanup hosted by the San Francisco Department of Public Works, community groups and other city agencies helping to spruce up Chinatown for the Chinese New Year.

    Volunteers will help plant trees, remove weeds, paint out graffiti, paint public walls and pick up litter at a public housing development, school grounds, Portsmouth Square, the Stockton Tunnel, and various streets in Chinatown.

    All volunteers who sign up in advance will get a free lunch!

    Name of Event: Volunteer with Your Valentine
    Time: 9 am to 1 pm
    Date: Friday, February 12, 2010
    Location: North Ping Yuen, 838 Pacific Avenue @ Stockton
    Contact: Shih-Wei Lu
    Contact Email: volunteer@sfdpw.org
    Contact Phone: (415) 554-6930
    Age Restrictions: Volunteers of all ages welcome!  Children must be supervised by accompanied an adult.
    Type of Work: gardening, graffiti abatement, painting, litter pickup
    Attire: closed toed shoes, clothes will get dirty in
    Items to Bring: drinking water
    Meals Provided: Pastry in the morning, lunch around noon for volunteers who sign up in advance
    Beverages Provided: water provided