Care-Rite helps keep Fallbrook clean


Last updated 9/4/2008 at Noon

(From left) Resource Coach Carla Birchall helps Amie Almendarez, Jeana Rubio and Karrie Almendarez clean up trash along the section of Fallbrook Street that Care-Rite has adopted.

Care-Rite Vocational Services, a program that serves developmentally disabled adults, has increased their efforts to keep Fallbrook clean. They adopted Fallbrook Street, from Alturas to Stage Coach, about two months ago through the Adopt-a-Road program. They have been hard at work keeping it clean and beautiful ever since. The individuals at Care-Rite take great pride in their ability to help take care of the town they live in.

Care-Rite also donates their time to the Fallbrook Village Association Beautification program and the Town Square Association. Residents may see them around town at any of the parks, Pico Promenade and town square picking up trash and helping to keep Fallbrook a cleaner place for everyone.

Program director and owner Brad Gilpin says, “I am so proud of our guys in the way they take such pride in helping to keep our community clean. They give back to the community of Fallbrook in more ways than I ever felt possible. They have made great accomplishments and I know they will continue to do so.”


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