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Riverkeeper Cup Cleanup Challenge

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Posted on February 24th, 2016

River clean up October 5 2008 015Join Sound Rivers volunteers in Louisburg, Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Greenville & Washington, NC to clean the Tar-Pamlico River! Last year Greenville won the RIVERKEEPER® Cup Cleanup Challenge, but in 2016 its anyone’s game!

Will it be Washington, Rocky Mount, Greenville, or Louisburg? Come out to help clean and maybe YOUR city will win!

Please bring your canoe, kayak, or jon-boat along with a PFD. Bags will be provided and a limited amount of gloves will be available. Land cleanups will also be conducted in all cities. For more information or to sign-up call 946-7211 or email liz@soundrivers.org

Date: Saturday, April 16th, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Locations –
Washington: Havens Garden Boat Ramp, other locations TBD
Greenville: Town Common Boat Ramp
Tarboro: Shiloh Landing
Rocky Mount: Battle Park Boat Ramp
Louisburg: TBD

Please bring your canoe, kayak, or jon-boat along with a PFD. Bags will be provided and a limited amount of gloves will be available. Land cleanups will also be conducted in all cities. For more information or to sign-up call 946-7211 or email liz@soundrivers.org

Keep America Beautiful of Nash & Edgecombe Counties will be helping us in Rocky Mount. For questions about details in these locations, please call 252-467-4960.

Volunteer Cleanup Coordinators Needed
If you are interested in helping to organize a river or on-land cleanup for our annual spring Riverkeeper Cup Cleanup challenge please let us know. We need local assistance in organizing and recruiting partners and volunteers for community cleanups. Please email Liz@soundrivers.org

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