Want to get out and enjoy the beach and ocean and do a good thing at the same time?
You've got that chance this Saturday, September 21 at the 28th annual beach cleanup event being held at Robert Moses State Park.
The cleanup kicks off at 10 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m. at Field 2.
Students and volunteers from several different towns are coming out to aid in the cleanup efforts; there is expected to be a turnout of about 400-500 people.
The volunteer driven effort is part of the International Coastal Clean-up, which is coordinated by the Northeast Chapter of the Littoral Society.
All of the debris found will be collected and tested in order to find a solution to stop pollution in the waterways.
For additional information you contact the Senator Phil Boyle's District Office Communications Department at (631) 665-2311.