The 4th of July is a great time to visit the beach and spend time with the family. Another tradition of this All-American holiday is watching and using fireworks. Too often, when fireworks are used on the beach, their remnants are left behind and get taken out to sea during the next high tide. To remove this and other debris before it joins the ocean, the Surfrider Foundation is partnering with Washington State Parks to coordinate a beach cleanup in Westport on July 6th, from 9:00AM to 1:00PM.
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is commemorating its 2013 Centennial Celebration throughout the state. Pease join us in supporting the Commission by volunteering to clean up part of the public lands they manage. Registrations will begin at 9:00AM at Westhaven State Park. During the cleanup, there will be refreshments and interpretive displays. Volunteer hours worked during the cleanup can be accumulated toward earning an Annual Discover Pass (Requires 24 total hours and volunteers need to sign up before starting the volunteer project).
Following this event will be a BBQ at Todd Fischer’s Surf-Art Gallery in Westport’s marina district (across the street from the Islander), with food and beverages for volunteers provided by Washington Surfrider Foundation Chapters.