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ADOPT-A-ROADWAY CLEANUPS — Twice a year, volunteers pick up litter along three roadways: Sandario Road from Picture Rocks to Sunset Roads; Rudasill Road from Sandario to Avra Roads; and Picture Rocks Road from Sandario to Sanders Roads. Safety vests and trash bags are provided by Pima County Department of Transportation, and lunch for volunteers is provided at a generous discount by the Minit Market Subway and paid for with donations for PICTURE ROCKS PRIDE tee shirts and caps. Co-coordinators are Jan Pekelder and Chris Banks (682-7229)
COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM — A trained Team is in place, coordinated by Ken Kisthardt (682-0287).
PICTURE ROCKS DIGEST — This monthly publication with local news and information is distributed by E-mail and at local establishments. To receive the newsletter by email, PictureRocksDigest@comcast.net . News is compiled by Albert Lannon. email@example.com ), Formatted by Karen Zopf and Jan Pekelder. For information on advertising in the Digest, contact Jan Pekelder, 682-7122, firstname.lastname@example.org .
C4PR has been successful in obtaining a number of grants and bond projects to benefit the community, including Safe Routes to Schools sidewalks and bike lanes, BMX/Skate Park, shade canopy over the children’s playground, tools for roadway cleanups, community resource fairs, security cameras in our park, pool and community center, and a forthcoming computer lab at the community center.
WALK & WATCH — With the establishment of Picture Rocks Park, residents made a commitment to keep the park free of illegal activity. Each evening volunteers walk, bike and picnic with eyes open. Working with Neighborhood Watch, the Citizens for Picture Rocks’ Walk & Watch project has, merely by having a regular presence in the park, discouraged unwanted activity and helped maintain a safe place for families.
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