Pleasant Hill’s residents look to keep up the pleasantries

September 18, 2013 by  

An opportunity to support the community and improve Pleasant Hill is just around the corner. The 9th Annual Community Service Day brings with it numerous projects in need of volunteers to make Pleasant Hill an even better place to live.

Volunteers meet at Pleasant Hill Park before heading to their chosen project. Creative activities such as painting, bike building, and craft making are available. For those who prefer staying mobile, a door-to-door food drive will benefit residents of Contra Costa County. Numerous clean-up projects will run simultaneously, allowing the whole of Pleasant Hill to show a dramatic beautification.

Pleasant Hill’s businesses are encouraged to participate. Sponsoring one or more of the projects and providing voluntary employee numbers will no doubt leave a positive impact on the community. Businesses could therefore consider working with local printing services to increase awareness of both Community Service Day and the sponsors. Banner printing would allow for a simple way of indicating a starting point, along with associated imagery.

The 9th Annual Community Service Day kicks off at Pleasant Hill Park on 147 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill, California 94523. Volunteers should arrive by 7:30 am on Saturday, September 28, for a free breakfast. The first 600 to arrive will receive a commemorative T-shirt.

There is a chance to peruse the list of projects at the Pleasant Hill Volunteer Hub website. Those looking for more info can contact Martin Nelis of the Pleasant Hill Civic Action Commission at 925.671.5229.