Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite Cleans Up Section of Major California Highway
As part of the GreenPath program at Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite, associates met early on the morning of May 27, 2014, committed to helping clean up a portion of Highway 41.
California State Highway 41 is the artery to the Southern entrance of Yosemite National Park. It is travelled, literally, by millions of people each year eagerly seeking to enjoy the beauty and wonder of Yosemite Valley and the surrounding areas.
To ensure the area is as pristine as possible for guests, Tenaya Lodge associates have dawned brightly colored safety vests, armed themselves with “grabbers,” gloves and trash bags, and ventured out onto the curvy, well-travelled mountainous road to make a positive difference in their environment for several years now.
On this particular Spring day, the dedicated associates enjoyed an invigorating morning walk along the Highway, picked up four 32 gallon bags of trash and returned to Tenaya Lodge to enjoy the Sierra Restaurant’s breakfast buffet together.
Mike Doornbos, Engineering associate and the coordinator of the event, reports, “It is great to get up in the morning and try to make a little difference in our world.”
GreenPath is just that – the people of Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite and Delaware North Corporation taking action to make our world a better place.