Actress Lindsay Lohan made her way out of her Venice, California condo on April 25, 2011. Lindsay was on her way to a taping of the Jay Leno show at a Los Angeles.
Part of Lindsay Lohan’s 480 hours of community service that she has to perform includes time spent at the the Los Angeles County Morgue. She must serve 120 hours with the coroner, doing maintenance and janitorial work in areas where dead bodies are a common sight. “She will empty trash, vacuum, clean restrooms,” Asst. Chief Ed Winter of the Los Angeles County Coroner said.
She also will spend 360 hours at the Downtown Women’s Center near L.A.’s Skid Row. Lohan will be able to choose a variety of volunteer opportunities, including sorting through food and clothing donations, cooking meals, answering phones, teaching a garden workshop, going to the local farmer’s market and picking up donated food, and/or working at the front desk.