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Key to Success (Volunteerism) Part II #874725

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 08, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Monday series introduced.

(Yosemite National Park, California David Muir) One man's monumental volunteer challenge to clean up Yosemite National Park in California featured; scenes shown of a pile of garbage picked up by the volunteers and of the area around El Capitan, where volunteers pick up trash, including a 1951 Nash; details given about how the park bears go after garbage and food in cars. [Climber Ken YEAGER, park ranger Scott GEDMAN†. climber Grant FISCUS‡, ranger Adrienne FREEMAN†, kid VOLUNTEER - comment on the impact of visitors on the park and land stewardship.]

Gibson, Charles

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