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Operation Clean Sweep
Saturday, April 26, 2014
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Please join in the Earth Day clean up of Menominee Park at Millers Bay shoreline. We'll go from ice to nice in no time!
This event starts at 8:30am and goes till approximately 10:30ish . Garbage bags will be provided, but please bring a pair of gloves or be prepared to get your hands dirty :(
The shoreline of Menominee Park gets a lot of garbage washed up on its banks when the ice goes out and the spring winds whip up. The area covered with debris, is also host to quite a few geocaches, so you may be able to camouflage your actions while picking up garbage :)
This is the 2nd annual Millers Bay Neighborhood Association (MBNA) Earth Day clean up of the Millers Bay shoreline and most of the neighbors have no idea what geocaching is or even notice what you are up to. With that said, you may have plenty of opportunity to educate, or just go about your cleaning and logging unbeknownst to them :)
Please bring a writing utensil as you will be challenged to find at least a dozen geocaches as well as securing the 2014 CITO souvenir for your profile :)
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