Oceanholics clean JULIA TUTTLE CAUSEWAY
DUE TO SAFETY THE MEETING POINT HAS CHANGED
Please park your vehicles on the street or the parking lot in front of the building "Blue On The Bay" on 36th street right before entering Julia Tuttle Causeway EAST BOUND.
After you park your car, please walk towards Julia Tuttle Cause way, on the right side of the road (bike lane) close to the guard rail and you will be able to find me in the first patch of grass you see to your right. I will be in front of a table with watercolors, waivers, and supplies!
CALL ME IF YOU ARE LOST (786) 427 9570
EXCITED TO SEE YALL!
The Julia Tuttle Causeway. WHAT A BEAUTY. She's part of most of our commutes home from work, and you can't deny that the views from that bridge BRINGS YOU LIFE!!
Unfortunately for us, our neighbors are getting a little too comfortable with the single use plastic consumption, and our beautiful land mark is looking like a pile trash..... no worries though, WE CAN CLEAN IT UP!
If you're interested in helping, come meet us at 8am May 19th. This is my first clean up, so any criticism is constructive!
What will be provided?
- Plenty of trash bags
- Gloves (hopefuly not enough!)
What you should bring?
- closed toes shoes or water shoes (it's swampy)
- work/dish washing gloves (I will provide some, but bring if you have.)
- Sunscreen (it's almost summer! dont get burnt)
- comfortable and protective clothes ^
- WATER!!!!! (avoid plastic water bottles, bring refillable.)
- SNACKS ( like protein bars and what not)
You are volunteering to pick up trash and garbage, which can be risky. There can absolutely be sharp items such as broken glass, hypodermic needles, metal with sharp edges, wood with nails, etc. You may be climbing on rocks, or working in areas that have holes covered by grass. You are responsible for your own actions and safety, and neither VolunteerCleanup.Org, Miami Dade Coastal Cleanup, Inc., nor the host of this event is liable for any accidents. We REALLY want you to be safe and practice common sense. Always wear appropriate closed toes shoes with good traction, gloves to protect your hands, and sunscreen to prevent sunburn. Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated. I like to work in pairs and if you aren’t sure about something, ask for another opinion or assistance. If you are bringing kids, teens, or young adults, take the time to educate them on proper safety and lead by example. We need you to stay safe !. By RSVP'ing to an event, you agree that no one else is liable for your actions, safety, or injuries except you.
Miami, FL 33137-3914
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