On Saturday, September 21, the City of Lynwood, the Lynwood Unified School District, the Reformed Church of Los Angeles and many local groups gathered at Lynwood’s Washington Elementary for the Annual Lynwood Commitment Community Clean-Up. Together, the community worked to beautify the school campus and surrounding neighborhood. They also painted a beautiful new mural for the school’s students. This is an annual event that brings out Lynwood residents and gives them a chance to show pride in their city and community.
Lynwood Community Clean-up Officials
(l-r) Lynwood City Councilmember Aide Castro,
Lynwood City Councilmember Jorge Casanova,
Lynwood Unified School District Superintendent Gudiel Crosthwaite
Lynwood Community Clean-up Mural Painting
Volunteers painting the new mural at Washington Elementary School
Lynwood Community Clean-Up Local Girl Scout Troop
Local Lynwood Girl Scouts are getting ready to volunteer in their community.
Lynwood Community Clean-Up Finished Mural
Volunteers at the Lynwood Commitment Community Clean-up finished
this beautiful mural at Washington Elementary.