Beach Cleanup in Long Beach
Mormon Youth (Y.M. & Y.W.) Volunteers Help Clean Beach
Sweeping Clean the Beach
Group Shot #1
The Progress Looks Good
Group Shot #2-A
Group Shot #2-B
Group Shot #3
Two of the young women
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Childcare and Education
 
Young children, including preschoolers, need a variety of educational experiences, as well as a variety of degrees
of challenge.
 
Modern Pterosaurs
 
A "modern pterosaur" is how these Americans classify the ropen, but by the end of 2008 the mysterious creature was
still not classified by science, living within the shadows of cryptozoology. . . . an expedition, late in 2006, resulted in
video footage of indavas, ropen-like apparent pterosaurs.
 
On August 21, 2009, Young Women and Young Men of the Long Beach Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) volunteered in cleaning up the beach near downtown Long Beach, California. A long stretch of the beach was cleaned, resulting in many bags of trash being collected.
 
See also the L.D.S. Kelly Elementary School Project (earlier in the year) and the Young Single Adult (YSA) service project for a senior citizen in Lakewood, California.