About 40 volunteers gather at the U.S. Forest Service District Office in King City for a cleanup day on Sept. 23. (Courtesy of Allie Cullen)

A collaboration between the U.S. Forest Service, King City in Bloom, Sun Street Centers, Hartnell College, King City High School, Starbucks employees and Greenfield Community Science Workshop completed a successful cleanup project Saturday at the U.S. Forest Service District Office in King City. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., about 40 volunteers worked on projects that included: painting the half-wall on Division Street, painting the fence, rock-scaping, painting the U.S. Forest Service sign, removal of dead bushes and hedging, clearing of street drains, trimming the trees and organization of the storage room. The Sept. 23 cleanup was led and organized by Monterey Ranger District Staff.

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