Beach Clean up, February 27, 2016 at 10:00 am

Sammy Fadool as part of her Girl Scout Gold Award project will be hosting a winter beach clean-up at Alligator Point on February 27, beginning at 10:00 am.

The Gold Award is the highest achievement in Ambassador Level Scouting (high school).

​The goal of such projects is to connect a community need with development of leadership skills in a sustainable manner.

Her project is a Beach Adoption Program where individuals and businesses are able to “adopt” a section of coastline to help clean and maintain Alligator Point’s beautiful beaches year round.

While she has a number of sponsors, there are still sections available for adoption if you are interested.

If you are unable to adopt but would still like to help, she is asking you to volunteer at the clean-up.

If you would like to come out to help please follow the link below to sign up. All volunteers who preregister will receive a t-shirt!
To Register go here:   https://fsu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_42F9lnl8u94Rmtf

Volunteers will be meeting at the Alligator Point Volunteer Fire Station at the corner of Alligator Drive and Harbor Circle on February 27th at 10 am. Save the date and bring your family and friends!

Please feel free to forward this email to your friends and family or other Alligator Point residents that may be interested in participating. Scouts and community service organizations are more than welcome to come help out as well.

Volunteers should bring or wear:
Sunscreen, Bug spray, Water bottle, Protective Clothing (hat, long pants, long sleeved shirt, closed toe shoes or water shoes and gloves).
Volunteers will be provided with trash bags, gloves, and drinking water.

Come on out and enjoy a day giving back to our Florida Coastline that we all enjoy so much!
If you have any further questions or are interested in adopting a beach and would like more information please feel free to contact Sammy Fadool at sfadool@maclay.org by email.