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Join volunteers from around the globe for International Coastal Cleanup 2022 on Saturday, September 17 from 8:00am-11:00am!   This day is dedicated to cleaning up our beaches and waterways!

Bring your family, friends and neighbors. Don’t forget those church or civic groups!  What better way to help spruce up our beaches!

Rain or Shine Event!

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

St. Augustine Beach A1A Team — check in at Pier Park Bocce Court.  Bob Samuels Team Captain + Lauren Trice – Matanzas River Keeper.

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/River to Sea Preserve Area – St. Johns & Flagler — check in at beachside pavilion at boardwalk.   Craig Lenniger Team Captain.

Vilano Beach – check in at beach pavilion, end of Vilano Road.  Team Captain/Keepers of the Coast

Mickler’s Beach A1A – check in at Mickler’s Beach access. Nicole Crosby Team Captain

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

Details

Date:
September 17
Time:
8:00 am - 11:00 am
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Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1627778687563192

Venue

St. Augustine, FL 32084 United States + Google Map
Phone:
9048292772
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