Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal 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.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal 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.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Debra Kempker of Granite Bay, sports an Barack Obama T-shirt before picking up trash during the Sierra's Club day of service Monday.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal 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.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Anthony Porter, of Auburn.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal 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.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal 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.