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Recommended Summer Hiking Spots

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Murhpy Ranch Road In the 1930s Nazi sympathizers built a refuge in the Pacific Palisades. Herr Schmidt, Winona and Norman Stephens, and their followers occupied a self-contained stronghold in what is now Rustic Canyon between Sullivan Ridge and Will Rodgers State Park. Murphy Ranch was designed to serve as a hold out for fans of the Third Reich waiting for America to fall to the Nazis. Instead, the ranch was raided by U.S. authorities and closed in 1941. The abandoned buildings were transformed into an artists’ colony in the 60s and 70s, but were abandoned after the Mandeville Canyon Fire…

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BES Office Halloween Party 2014

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(Gallery coming soon!) Burns Environmental Services got into the Halloween spirit by having a ghoulish decorating contest. The Burns Environmental team divided into two groups, boys versus girls, and competed to see who could decorate their half of the office the best. Who do you think won the contest?

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Burns Environmental Services Wishes You a Safe and Happy Halloween!

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On this Halloween we hope that you will have a scream, and that whatever you do it is supreme, We hope you won’t have a night of the living dead, and have a night of fun instead. Please be careful of the conjuring in a cabin in the woods, and watch out for ghosts, witches, werewolves, and hoods, Were it not for this silly rhyme We wouldn’t have wished you a Happy Halloween in time! Have a Safe & Happy Halloween. Burns Environmental Services

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Sign for Pacific Meso Center 5K Walk

Burns Environmental Services Supports the 5K Walk/Hike for Mesothelioma Research

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When Victoria Adams an affiliate from the Pacific Meso Center at PHLBI asked Ernie Gutierrez if he’d like to get involved with the fundraising for Mesothelioma Research he didn’t hesitate. Ernie humbly offered to become a sponsor for the 5K Walk/Hike for Meso and even walked at the event himself. Mesothelioma is a rare and aggressive cancer caused almost exclusively by exposure to asbestos. Due to the rarity of the disease it receives very little financial support for research. The Pacific Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute in California sees the importance of the research and is moving forward with potentially…

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