Monday Jan 19 2009 comments Obama Day to Serve By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Anthony Porter of Auburn tosses an aluminum can from the side of Highway 49 to helper Erin Krigger during trash pick-up day hosted by the Sierra Club's day of service. Anna Krigger of El Dorado Hills, and her 11-year-old daughters Erin, left and Kelly, right, find a sign during the trash pick up, possibly held by a vagrant on the corner of Highway 49 and In-N-Out Burger parking lot in Auburn. Debra Kempker of Granite Bay, sports an Barack Obama T-shirt before picking up trash during the Sierra's Club day of service Monday. Anthony Porter pops the top to a full can of Bud Light he found while picking up trash and pours it out before recycling the aluminum. Anthony Porter, of Auburn. Anthony Porter, left, of Auburn, volunteers picking up trash along Highway 49 near In-N-Out Burger Monday afternoon with sisters Erin, back and Kelly Krigger, both 11, during the Sierra Club's day of service. Anna Krigger and her daughter Kelly, 11, from El Dorado Hills, hit the jack pot when they found a jumbo television remote while picking up trash for the Sierra Club's day of service Monday afternoon.