When Virgie Marinelli and her husband first started cooking she was working full time and she would rush over after work to help him. David Marinelli said in those days he was at the post from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. prepping and cooking. Now that his wife is not working she is the cook. These days David Marinelli is the server while Virgie is in the kitchen. “I’m the social butterfly. I‘m the talker. I like the social aspect of the post,” he said. “I’m the sous chef, waiter and dish washer.
The HLC has grown since its opening and has gone from four employees, to 12 with six personal trainers, two acupuncturists and three massage therapists. HLC and Rehab Services Manager Jennifer Cordova said a perk at the center is that once people get a referral from their doctor and come in for services they receive a one month free membership at the gym. It often works out that the physical therapist hands off the client to a personal trainer for follow up exercises.
His experience at the Surfrider Foundation helped his effort to clean Imperial Beach. He took the model of a beach clean up and applied it to a neighborhood with ideas on how to organize and motivate people to volunteer. Last January soon after his election West got in touch with I Love A Clean San Diego and organized the first clean up at Rose Teeple Park and the surrounding neighborhood. That event was successful with 221 volunteers and lots of trash collected including a couch and love seat.
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Selecting a term
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