Sunday Apr 21 2013 comments Rocklin Clean-Up Day/Mormon Helping Hands By: Photo by Kim Palaferri for Placer Herald -A +A Collin Speth, Linda Jones, Hailey Matthews, and Emily Matthews get every nook and cranny painted at the baseball field in Johnson-Springview Park. Linda Jones spends her Saturday morning helping out Mormons Helping Hands and cleaning up Johnson-Springview Park. Dennis and Sharon Peterson put in some hours beautifying Johnson-Springview park during an Earth Day clean up. Anthony Trull with the City of Rocklin, leads a painting crew at the baseball field at Johnson-Springview Park. Joel Andreason and Mark Wilhite sift through some bark making the dog park more dog friendly. Emilia Covington, (3) puts some muscle into cleaning up during the Mormon Helping Hands clean up at Johnson-Springview Park on Saturday. Local politicians stopped in at Johnson-Springview Park on Saturday during the Mormon’s Helping Hands clean up event to pitch in. From left is California Assembly Woman Beth Gaines, Rocklin City Council member Dave Butler, and Rocklin Mayor Diana Ruslin. Elder Clanton misses home after being on his mission for the past 16 months, but feels at home while lending a hand. Elder Tesch, from Layton, Utah, spends a day out on his mission doing Helping Hands in Rocklin. Evan Taylor (10), shows up to the Mormon Helping Hands cleanup ready for action. Evan Taylor (10), shows up to the Mormon Helping Hands cleanup ready for action. Ben Kramer and his pug Ernie, walk the dog park at Johnson-Springview Park after a group of volunteers cleaned it up. Paige Matthews, Ella Matthews and Janae Shmidt get some tips from Ruff board member Ben Kramer on cleaning up the dog park. Dexter Platte, (6) dashes to the dog park with his mom Janae Platte to help out during the Mormon Helping Hands at Johnson-Springview Park. Brian Williamson and Jason Hall load a couch into the bulldozer at the Rocklin Corporation Yard on Earth Day cleanup Saturday. Randall Whitcomb with Recology, helps people offload trash during the free junk drop off at the Rocklin Corporation Yard. Randall Whitcomb with Recology, helps people offload trash during the free junk drop off at the Rocklin Corporation Yard. Shawn O’Connell, Front Load Driver for Recology Auburn Placer, works the Saturday shift helping people with their drop off of household goods and green waste. Eddie Vanderdoes III, offloads truckloads of green waste for customers dropping off during the Rocklin City Clean-Up event for Earth day.