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Join volunteers from around the globe for International Coastal Cleanup on Saturday, September 19, 2020 from 8:00am-11:00am!   This day is dedicated to cleaning up our beaches and waterways!

Passing storms have washed ashore plastics and other debris along the coastline.  What better way to help spruce up our beaches!  Bring your family, friends and neighbors to lend a hand.

Rain or Shine Event!

There are plenty of locations in St. Johns County where you can help out.

St. Augustine Beach & Beach Access Areas — check in at Pier Park.  Bob Samuels Team Captain

Crescent Beach Area at Pavilion — Bill McClure & Sallie O’Hara Team Captains

Matanzas Area & South — check in at Genung’s Fish Camp. Adam Morley Team Captain

Marineland Area – St. Johns & Flagler — check in at GTM Field Station on A1A in Marineland. Be sure to use the crosswalk. Craig Lenniger Team Captain

Email danielle_anderson@scenica1a.org for more information or click on the event website link.

Details

Date:
September 19
Time:
8:00 am - 11:00 am
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Website:
https://scenica1a.org/event/international-coastal-cleanup/

Venue

Various Beach Locations
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