Coastal CleanUp

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A win for the islands

By Ada Lang

Depending on how you look at it, the fact that 83 volunteers showed up (compared to 50 last year) to help pick up trash was a good thing. However, the fact that there was enough trash to keep 83 people busy - not so good.

But, that didn’t stop the enthusiastic volunteers from donning gloves and getting covered in mud to help the 26th year of this international event.  They ranged in age from about 4 to 84 and their work included picking up, sorting, counting and documenting the garbage. 

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