Callan Capital team members participated in a beach cleanup in La Jolla, CA last Friday. Armed with trash pickers and trash bags, the team hiked the length of Blacks Beach, collecting trash along the way. On the north side of Blacks Beach, the team stumbled upon a fishing boat stuck on the shore and was able to help CA State Park employees collect trash and debris from the wreck.

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Blacks Beach Shipwreck

“Callan Capital is committed to giving back to our community in various ways,” Ryan J. Callan, Managing Partner, said. “This beach cleanup is an example of our commitment to the community, and we are thrilled to be able to help keep San Diego’s natural treasures in pristine order.”[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]