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Franklin County Coastal Cleanup

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When
Saturday, September 21, 2013

Phone Number
850-927-3776

Email
adalong@uab.edu

Franklin County Coastal Cleanup

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Franklin County Coastal Cleanup - Saturday, September 21, 2013 - 8:30-11:30 am

Cleanup Location

Where to Meet

Apalachicola: 10’ Hole

Battery Park – Under the bridge

Apalachicola: Abercrombie Landing

12th Street – out about 4 miles

Apalachicola: Lafayette Park

The Gazebo

Apalachicola: Hwy 98, West of Town

Across from Burger King

Bald Point State Park

148 Box Cut Road, Alligator Point

Carrabelle: City Pavilion

City Pavilion

Carrabelle: Carrabelle Beach

Across from RV Park

Eastpoint: Downtown

Pavilion Area on Hwy 98

Eastpoint: Millender Park

Marion Millender Park – off Patton Street

Lanark Beach

Public Access Point – Arizona St, S of Hwy 98

St. George Island: Downtown

Lighthouse Park – in front of Lighthouse

St. George Island: State Park

Check-in at Park Gate (appropriate for adults)

Volunteers should wear/bring: Sunscreen, Bugspray, Protective Clothing (hats, long pants, long-sleeved shirts). Work/Closed Toe Water Shoes

Volunteers will be provided: Trash bags, Gloves, Data Cards, Snacks, Drinking Water, T-Shirts

Sponsored by Franklin County Department of Solid Waste & Recycling and Franklin County Parks & Recreation, Apalachicola Riverkeeper and International Coastal Cleanup

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