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Old 08-21-2012, 11:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Contact Rep BLM PS View Post
Palm Springs Bureau of Land Management, would like to thank the Cal Guns Clean-Up Crew, for their time and effort to clean up our Steel Peak shooting area on the 25th of August. It has been tough to keep this spot clean, it seems we clean it and a few days later itís full again. So, know that we here at the BLM thank you all very much, for helping maintain this piece of public lands for the recreational use of target shooting.

With the greatest of Respect to all,

First let me say Thank-You for coming on Cal-Guns and posting here .

You'll find this a very diverse group , From Lawers ,teachers , retired and current LOE, military. White and blue collar alike...............
And that these people are not afraid to roll up thier sleves and Help when asked .
When ever I have posted about a Clean-Up out on the forest land of Bee Canyon .I always get a full roster of volunteers to come out . And not always the same people . I've had people as far away as Riverside and San Bernadino drive all the way out to Hemet just to Help
A lot of our members belive that this is very important to"Help" to keep shooting areas like these open for future generations to enjoy

As my Grandfather brought me out to the Canyons to shoot ....Nothing makes me happier that to see a Family out for the day enjoying the area . A Dad or even a Grandpa showing the Grandkids how to shoot .Memories that will last forever................

Hopefully this will only be the First of many Clean-Up we can help the BLM with

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