Present at the trash can dedication, left to right: Linda Haskins, BCA corresponding secretary; Jo Ellen Butler, executive director of FFRP; Vari MacNeil, BCA president, Michael Evans, metalworker; Carlos Mendoza, CCSD facilities and resources supervisor; Patti Toews, program director of San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority; Christine Heinrichs, BCA vice president; Claudia Harmon Worthen, BCA recording secretary/treasurer; Connie Gannon, Greenspace executive director; Roland Soucie, BCA accessibility ambassador.
Present at the trash can dedication, left to right: Linda Haskins, BCA corresponding secretary; Jo Ellen Butler, executive director of FFRP; Vari MacNeil, BCA president, Michael Evans, metalworker; Carlos Mendoza, CCSD facilities and resources supervisor; Patti Toews, program director of San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority; Christine Heinrichs, BCA vice president; Claudia Harmon Worthen, BCA recording secretary/treasurer; Connie Gannon, Greenspace executive director; Roland Soucie, BCA accessibility ambassador. sprovost@thetribunenews.com
Present at the trash can dedication, left to right: Linda Haskins, BCA corresponding secretary; Jo Ellen Butler, executive director of FFRP; Vari MacNeil, BCA president, Michael Evans, metalworker; Carlos Mendoza, CCSD facilities and resources supervisor; Patti Toews, program director of San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority; Christine Heinrichs, BCA vice president; Claudia Harmon Worthen, BCA recording secretary/treasurer; Connie Gannon, Greenspace executive director; Roland Soucie, BCA accessibility ambassador. sprovost@thetribunenews.com

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