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Help clean up the beach at the Hunting Island Fall Beach Sweep

The Friends of Hunting Island, in co-ordination with the S.C Sea Grant Consortium and the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, announce the Fall Beach Sweep, our annual clean up imitative. Everyone is invited to come and help keep this beautiful beach and ocean clean…for ourselves, for our sea turtles and for all the other creatures that swim off our coast. Volunteers will meet at the Hunting Island Lighthouse on Saturday, September 12 at 10 a.m. Please email Denise Parsick, President of the FOHI, at dparsick@embarqmail.com to let us know you will be joining us. Picking up all the nasty stuff that our beloved sea turtles sometimes mistake for food is a great way to spend a Saturday morning. See you at the beach!

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