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The North Carolina Beach Buggy Association (NCBBA) will host its second Adopt-a-Beach cleanup event for 2024 on Saturday, June 8.

The event will be launched from the ORV Ramp 38 parking lot, just south of Avon, at 9:00 a.m.

“The plan is to clean up all litter and trash on the beach, the access ramp, and parking area,” stated the NCBBA in an announcement.

“Volunteers will be asked to drive and walk the beach to the north and south directions, looking for trash, litter, boards, burned firewood, etc.”

The NCBBA will provide trash bags, grabbers, and vests. It is recommended to bring a five-gallon bucket as well, which is much easier to fill.

“This should be no more than a two-hour commitment. We anticipate a minimum of 20 volunteer beach walkers needed to cover the stretch of beach. Each volunteer will be asked to cover a designated area of beach which will be marked with stakes. In addition, some drivers will be asked to transport individuals to the beach. Volunteers with a truck will also be needed to drive the beach to pick up the filled bags and larger items.

“Bring your family and friends. The more folks we have the better.”

If you can attend, please RSVP at tom.brueckner@ncbba.org or by phone/ text message at 973-714-9940.

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