Piedras Blancas Light Station volunteers Abel (at left) and Toni (at right) Martinez with Rep. Lois Capps (center) in Washington, D.C., on Thursday (5-6). Capps, who helped arrange the transfer of the light station complex from the Coast Guard to the Bureau of Land Management, congratulated the couple on their receipt of an honor from federal Bureau of Land Management on behalf of more than four dozen volunteers at the historic North Coast landmark.
Piedras Blancas Light Station volunteers Abel (at left) and Toni (at right) Martinez with Rep. Lois Capps (center) in Washington, D.C., on Thursday (5-6). Capps, who helped arrange the transfer of the light station complex from the Coast Guard to the Bureau of Land Management, congratulated the couple on their receipt of an honor from federal Bureau of Land Management on behalf of more than four dozen volunteers at the historic North Coast landmark. COURTESY PHOTO
Piedras Blancas Light Station volunteers Abel (at left) and Toni (at right) Martinez with Rep. Lois Capps (center) in Washington, D.C., on Thursday (5-6). Capps, who helped arrange the transfer of the light station complex from the Coast Guard to the Bureau of Land Management, congratulated the couple on their receipt of an honor from federal Bureau of Land Management on behalf of more than four dozen volunteers at the historic North Coast landmark. COURTESY PHOTO

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May 13, 2010 12:01 AM