Families help beautify Triangle at Kindness Day event

More than a dozen families came out to celebrate World Kindness Day on Saturday, November 13 by helping beautify the Westchester Triangle. The event was co-organized by Kentwood resident Sylvia Wilson, who is the chair of the Neighborhood Council of Westchester/Playa’s Services Committee and an admin for the Parenting Sisterhood of Westchester, Playa del Rey and Playa Vista Facebook page, as a fun opportunity for families to participate in community service.

Armed with trash grabbers and garbage bags, attendees of all ages walked the area around the Triangle picking up litter and seeing who could fill their bag the fastest. After the cleanup, families were encouraged to paint rocks with colorful images and positive phrases. Nearly 50 rocks were painted, which you might find spread out throughout the neighborhood to bring joy to people who spot them!

Pictured: 1. The Favorite family finds some abandoned takeout containers. 2. The Ordubegian family stop for a photo. 3. Families have fun painting. 4. A completed kindness rock. 5. Kids show off their artistic skills. 6. Organizer Sylvia Wilson (center) poses with event super volunteers Liz Kane (left) and Aisha Harris. 7. The Florence-Rhodes family works together to make a difference. 8. Participants of all ages helped beautify Westchester. 9. The Obermeyer family help clean the parking lot. 10. Kids pick out a prize after their hard work. 11. A young artist takes a break from painting. 12. Spencer Wilson proudly shows off his haul.