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2015 ICC

The largest group of volunteers ever turned out to help Kent Island Beach Cleanups during the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup on Saturday, Sept. 19, collecting 3,650 pounds of trash. In all, 136 people (81 adults and 55 youth) helped pick up 13,271 pieces trash and improve the local watershed. Work sites included Terrapin Beach, Kent Narrows Fishing Pier and Public Landing (including parking lot and Bay grass areas), Old Love Point Park, Romancoke Fishing Pier, Hemingway’s Restaurant Beach, Mowbray Park, Bennett Point Landing and Centreville Landing/Wharf. Crews cleaned from 8 to 11 a.m. at most sites, with Kent Narrows and Terrapin running until noon. Volunteers spanned a

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