End of Summer Cleanup Sept. 14
FROM KEEP PANAMA CITY BEACH BEAUTIFUL:
Keep PCB Beautiful encourages the public to join them and the Panama City Dive Club on Saturday, September 14, at St. Andrews State Park, 4607 State Park Lane, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the 3rd Annual End-of-Summer Jetties Cleanup. Keep PCB Beautiful is continuing to join with local groups and businesses to clean up our community and carry on our vision of keeping it beautiful.
This Saturday, Keep PCB Beautiful is teaming up with Panama City Dive Club again to clean up above and below the water at the jetties at St. Andrews State Park. Last year, 315 pounds of trash was cleaned up by 63 divers and 30 walkers. Anyone who wants to help clean up in St. Andrews Park this Saturday can receive complimentary admission to the park by emailing email@example.com and requesting a letter to be printed -- one per person.
Individuals can either walk the beaches and the park to clean up trash or dive with Panama City Dive Club to collect debris from the Gulf covering five sections of the jetties. One free tank (while supplies last, first come first served) will be available for pickup at Panama City Diving at 106 Thomas Drive prior to the event. You will need to provide the admission letter to the park to receive the tank.
Registration for the event is 8:30-9 a.m. at the park, with a briefing around 9:30-9:45 a.m. Breakfast will be provided by Tudors Biscuit World in Panama City and beverages by Langers Juices. Mesh bags and snips will be provided while supplies last; you must present certification card to receive supplies. If any local groups or businesses are interested in wanting to “team up to clean up," they can contact Keep PCB Beautiful directly.
Keep PCB Beautiful is a local affiliate of Keep America Beautiful. The group’s vision is to make Panama City Beach a clean and beautiful place in which to live, work, and visit and to support environmental and conservation initiatives. Keep PCB Beautiful is working to clean up and green up from the streets to the beach. Hoping to inspire individuals and businesses to improve the community and natural environment.
Here's a link to the group's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/keeppcbbeautiful/