2020 International Coastal Cleanup - A1A Flagler and St. Johns

Contact Name:
Danielle Anderson
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Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 8 AM – 11 AM
Flagler Beach to Vilano Beach, FL
Public · Hosted by Friends of A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway and Partners
Join volunteers from around the world for this day of service dedicated to cleaning up our beaches and waterways! Bring your family and friends, church or civic groups out for a morning of serving the community for the Ocean Conservancy's annual International Coastal Cleanup.

We have locations all along A1A in Flagler County and St. Johns County, so there are plenty of places to help out. Seniors in the Class of 2021 this is the perfect time to get your community service hours in!
Bags and gloves provided.
Sponsored by the Friends of A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway and the Surfing's Evolution and Preservation Foundation.

Check -in starts at 8 am at the following locations:
Paul Haydt - Gamble Rogers State Park Team Captain
Linda Provencher, Suzie Johnston- Flagler Beach Team Captains
- Flagler Beach (check in at the Flagler Beach pier)
- Beverly Beach (check in at the Flagler Beach pier)
Marge Rooyakkers, Anne Streater - Hammock Team Captains
- The Hammock (check in at Bing's Landing pavilion) to clean up at Varn Park, Jungle Hut, Malacompra Old Salt Park beach accesses
Marineland River to Sea Preserve (check in at GTM Field Station) with Craig Lenniger
Adam Morley - St. Johns County Matanzas Area Team Captain (check in at Genung's Fish Camp) ICW Waterway Cleanups
Bill McClure, Sallie O'Hara - Crescent Beach Pavilion Team Captains - Beachside Cleanups
Bob Samuels - St. Augustine Beach Team Captain
Keepers of the Coast - Vilano Beach

Email danielle_anderson@scenica1a.org for more information.


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Time: 08:00 to 11:00


Street Address

Flagler Beach
Flagler Beach, FL 32136


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