“It’s our annual spring clean up and it is an attempt to beatify around the lake and develop pride with having a nice environment,” Director on the Board of the Charlie Lake Conservation Society, Bruce Kosugi said.
Koaugi encourages community volunteers to participate, especially children and students.
The clean-up will focus on litter in the surrounding area such as plastic, paper and glass.
The event begins at 10 a.m., meeting in the parking lot on the south-end of Charlie Lake. There, you’ll be greeted by volunteers who will be ready with a sign-up sheet.