Yosemite Climbing Association hosts South Lake Tahoe Facelift Cleanup

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The Yosemite Climbing Association is hosting a South Lake Tahoe Facelift Cleanup event on Saturday, Oct. 7. They are inviting the community to be a part of this annual initiative to promote local and visitor stewardship of our precious lands.

The South Lake Tahoe Facelift Cleanup event aims to make a positive impact on the environment and local communities by removing litter, debris, and waste from the beautiful outdoor spaces we all cherish. As a passionate advocate for outdoor conservation and adventure, they believe that together, we can make a significant difference.

They’re reaching out to fellow outdoor enthusiasts, climbers, community members, and organizations to come together and support this important cause. There are several ways you can get involved:

**Volunteer:** They’re seeking enthusiastic volunteers who are ready to roll up their sleeves and help clean up the South Lake Tahoe area. It’s a wonderful chance to give back and meet like-minded individuals. They need a few ALLSTAR volunteers to help with the pancake breakfast, as well as the BBQ & Raffle at the end of the event.

**Make a Donation:** Your generous donations will directly support the event’s logistics, supplies, and outreach efforts. They are seeking items to contribute to the raffle for the participants at the Facelift BBQ. These items could be apparel, gear, gift cards, or services.

They are also seeking food and beverage donations to provide a meal for the Facelift volunteers. Every contribution, big or small, makes a substantial impact on the success of the Facelift event.

**Spread the Word:** By sharing this event on social media platforms, you can inspire others to participate and contribute to a cleaner, greener environment.

By participating in the South Lake Tahoe Facelift Cleanup event, you’ll be contributing to the preservation and education of our natural landscapes for future generations. They are aiming to raise awareness to make a lasting impact on the environment all while inspiring others to do the same.

Attendees can meet at Blue Granite Climbing Gym at 8:30 a.m. for breakfast. Work will begin at 9 a.m.
Register and sign the waiver in advance at


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