Post July 4th Beach Clean-Up Planned

This clean-up is specifically for the purpose of getting fireworks debris off the beach before it washes into the sea at high tide, so we will get out at first light to begin to pick up what we can.

Keep Nassau Beautiful and Wild Amelia invite you to participate in a beach clean-up on Tuesday, July 5 at 6:00 a.m. where volunteers will meet at Peters Point.

This clean-up is specifically for the purpose of getting fireworks debris off the beach before it washes into the sea at high tide, so we will get out at first light to begin to pick up what we can.

All you need to bring is water, if you wish. Bags, gloves, and vests will be provided.

There is no need to pre-register. Just show up with a willingness to help restore the health of our beach after the fun of the July 4 holiday weekend.

So many sticks, plastic caps and other small objects are always left behind on our beaches after the fireworks display.

Plan to sign in when you arrive and after a brief gathering for important information (and to receive your supplies), and a group photo for newspaper publicity, you will be free to walk south or north as you pick up debris. Your time is your own; you may leave when you wish and know we are grateful for your time.

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