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Chesapeake Outdoor Group (COG), Kids Stream Cleanup

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Chesapeake Outdoor Group (COG), Kids Stream Cleanup

Time: April 14, 2012 from 10am to 12pm
Location: Terrapin Park
Street: Kent Island
City/Town: Stevensville, MD
Website or Map: http://cogkids.org/Calendarof…
Phone: 239/298-2445
Event Type: volunteering, family, beach, cleanup
Organized By: COG Kids, Charlotte Schneider
Latest Activity: Apr 4, 2012

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Event Description

All ages welcome

COG KIDS STREAM CLEANUP (Rain date set for 4/15)
COG Kids will again be participating in Project Clean Stream, an annual stream and shoreline cleanup coordinated by the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and partnering watershed organizations.  

Join us and be a part of a fun morning helping to clean up the Chesapeake.  This is a great way to get your kids involved and all ages can help out.  (High school students will receive credit for service hours.)

Our cleanup site will be Terrapin Park, located just across the Bay Bridge on Kent Island.  See flyer - Terrapin Park PCS 2012 flyer.pdf - for complete details and directions.
 

Dress appropriately for weather, keeping in mind that hands and feet may get soggy along the water's edge.

RSVP to cogkids@hotmail.com with the number in your party.

COG Kids events require that parents stay with their children at all times. No childcare is ever provided. Instead, we encourage grown-ups to come prepared to make a memory with their child(ren).

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