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Family of I.V. Murder Victim Seeking Donations for Funeral Services; Volunteers for I.V. Move Out Cleanup.


• Vincent’s Memorial is a Web site created to raise funds for the funeral service of S.B. native Vincent Valesquez, a 26-year-old who died after a stabbing incident in Isla Vista on May 15. Donations made through the site will help the victim’s family and friends pay for memorial service costs and related end-of-life expenses. Visit vincentmemorial.blogspot.com for more info.

• The I.V. Parks and Recreation District is seeking volunteers for its yearly Post-Move Out Street Cleanup. Help is needed to collect furniture, clothes, books, and other usable items left behind by residents who have recently graduated or vacated the beachside neighborhood. All usable goods collected during the cleanup will be donated to an S.B.-area charity. Volunteers should sign in and pick up supplies at the Parks office (961 Embarcardero Del Mar, Isla Vista) 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8. Call 968-2017 for more info.

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