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West Hawaii Beach Clean-Up coming Saturday (March 2)



We are so excited to announce that Big Island Wave Riders Against Drugs, Betty C, Kanuha Foundation, Na Keiki He’e Nalu and Hulakai will be sponsoring this year’s 4th annual West Hawaii’s Community Beach Clean Up on Saturday March 2, 2013. Volunteers will meet at the Old Airport pavilion #4 last pavilion on left at 8 a.m. This year will be the largest clean up yet, on the island of Hawaii ranging over 60 miles from Anaeho’omalu Bay to Miloli’i and all county and state beaches in between.

We created this event in hopes to bring understanding to the public about the importance of taking care of the land that we have all been fortunate to experience, and continue to create a clean environment while raising awareness for our keiki and generations to come.

Last year we had over 300 volunteers including numerous community groups attend this event As our event continues to grow, we are asking for donations of trash bags, gloves, prizes (for raffle), as well as monetary donations to fund this event so we can provide lunch, t-shirts, and goodie bags for all participants. We also need funding for advertisements to get the word out to the community, which will consist of newspaper and radio advertisements. Any help with donations would be greatly appreciated and is ) necessity considering the magnitude of this year’s event.

Our organization is non-profit and all donations are tax deductible. A 501-C3 receipt of donation will be available upon request for all contributions.

Post clean up; we will be having a huge celebration with food, games, trivia, and numerous informative community booths.

We are lucky to live in the most beautiful place in the world, and together we can work to keep it that way for years and years to come.

For more information, please call Jeff Fear at [808) 896-6966.

Mahalo for your support and hope to see you there

Jeffry C. Fear
Big Island Coordinator

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