It was a Rotarians at Work Day for the Rancho Bernardo Rotary Club and what better way to make a difference than to hold a Community Cleanup Day for the Seven Oaks Retirement Community in Rancho Bernardo.  Led by Jim Hyldahl and over 30 other Rotarians and five students from Del Norte High School, four hours were spent collecting tons of junk, boxes of outdated documents for shredding and electronic waste consisting of hundreds of old keyboards, televisions, wires and spent batteries.  Over 400 cars made their way to the disposal site (Seven Oaks Senior Community Center) which resulted in over 12,000 pounds of disposables.  Pickup trucks were sent to those residents who were unable to deliver their items to the disposal site.  Collection of reusable items such as funiture and other accessories were donated and picked up by Interfaith Community Services and St. Vincent de Paul.   Additionally, two teams carried out an ongoing project and replaced 20 faded and washed-out Neighborhood Watch signs in the neighborhood.  This was the second annual cleanup day and appears its's going to become an annual event, given its success and appreciation expressed by the community.