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Howdy Friends and Neighbors!
The 19th Annual Inner-Coastal Clean-Up Day, held annually in conjunction with Coastal Clean-Up Day, is one of California’s biggest volunteer efforts. Last year, clean up events took place around the County along beaches, creeks and streams. Throughout the state over 80,000 volunteers turned out to clean up litter and debris and prevent it from entering our waterways.
This year, Inner-Coastal Clean-Up day is being held on Saturday, September 19th, from 9:00 am until 12:00 noon. Volunteers will meet at Trabuco Creek and Trabuco Canyon Roads to help collect trash and debris in and around the canyons.
Please join our efforts this year by participating in the “Bring Your Own” philosophy and bring your own grocery/retail plastic bags (for reuse), bucket, gloves and/or reusable water bottle to make this event as ZERO WASTE as possible. A small number of trash bags and disposable gloves will be available while supplies last. At the end of the day, a tally of the trash collected will be called in to be included in the County’s roll up to the state.
Just show up or sign up online.
Many thanks to Trails4All for organizing all the sites in Orange County!
8:30am – Registration (look for signup booth near bridge on Trabuco Creek Road and Trabuco Canyon Road)
9:00am – noon – Cleanup our canyons
The O’Neill Park rangers will be managing the dumpster station at Gate 2 in O’Neill Park (this is the old gate closest to the fire station and Forest Service offices)
For additional information on how BIG this event is:
Over 500,000 volunteers in 91-countries
Jim Iacono 714-612-1789 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President Bob Wilks 714-608-1881 email@example.com
Coordinator Rich Gomez 714-504-7001 firstname.lastname@example.org
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