You never know what you will find at the Creek to Bay Cleanup. Over the last eight years volunteer have found some very unique items. Some of our volunteers have found a disco ball, an ab-roller, a purple plastic camel, a velvet suit, a couple safes and even a prosthetic arm and mannequin, among other strange items. Others have found valuables such as a $20 bill, a digital camera, half of a $3,000 check and a wallet with money in it. All of these unique discoveries just add to the excitement surrounding Creek to Bay. With 75 locations this year who knows what participants may be able to find? This is just another reason that you should come out to one of the Creek to Bay locations this Saturday April 30th, 2011 at 9am and join the thousands of other volunteers that are doing something positive for San Diego. For more information, go online to http://www.creektobay.org.
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