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  • Josh Rodriguez, 16, and his sister Rachel, 15, both of Elk Grove Charter School work on a mural with the images of students from Union House School and California Montessori Project at Furniture USA during Saturday's ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Josh Rodriguez, 16, a student at Elk Grove Charter School helps paint a mural at Furniture USA on Saturday, April 26, 2014 during Saturday's ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Students from Elk Grove Charter School paint a mural at Furniture USA during Saturday's ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor on Saturday, April 26, 2014.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Eduardo Sanchez, who said he lives at apartment complex on Mack Road walks past volunteers as they paint the fence at Providence Place Apartments on Saturday, April 26, 2014. According to Jenna Abbott, executive director of the Mack Road Partnership 5,000 volunteers helped with a variety of beautification projects on Mack Road and the area.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Artez Webb, of Meadowview, and friend Joshua Gooden of Elk Grove, both 15, carry cement sacks at St. Andrew Lutheran Church as they helped in Saturday's ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor. Volunteers participated, doing projects from landscaping to painting to renovating an old home into a community center that will be used for the Summer Night Lights program starting in late May. Organizers said the event is likely to parlay about $80,000 in donations into more than $1 million in projects and labor.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Volunteers paint the fence at Providence Place Apartments and worked on a variety beautification projects on Mack Road and the area on Saturday, April 26, 2014 during the ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Maria Olivares left gets a trash can from volunteer Brandon Terry of Colfax as her husband Francisco Olivares waits to come out of a dumpster as the couple gets help with their house during Saturday's ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor on Saturday, April 26, 2014.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Tanya Mendez Zech of Sacramento, carries her nine-month-old son on her back as she and her daughters Sarah Zech, 3, left and Anna Zech 5, second from left, work on a new land scape in front of St. Andrew Lutheran Church on Saturday, April 26, 2014 during the ReImagine Mack Road event.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Blaze Mahe, 13, of Sacramento, left helps his father Jarvis Mahe, right, as they prepare to place a new sign for the Mack Road Business District on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Blaze had the sign built as part of his Eagle Scout project with troop 267.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Madelyn Madsen, 11, of Elk Grove helps plant at a shopping center near Mack Road on Saturday, April 26 as volunteers worked on a variety beautification projects on Mack Road and the area during the ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Jordan Davis, 14, of Elk Grove helps paint fence at Providence Place Apartments on Mack Road in Sacramento on Saturday, April 26, 2014 during Saturday's ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Ronnie Swinburn, and Christina Law both 16 of Elk Grove Charter School paint a mural at Furniture USA during Saturday's ReImagine Mack Road event, which is a community service project to spruce up the challenged, crime-plagued corridor.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
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