Euclid Beach Adopt-a-Beach July Cleanup and Bench Painting

On Saturday July 19th from 10am-12pm, join Euclid Beach Adopt-a-Beach volunteers for our July Adopt-a-Beach cleanup and park bench painting!

In addition to our monthly Adopt-a-Beach cleanup, volunteers will have the opportunity to help paint park benches.  The benches at Euclid Beach were painted by volunteers last summer and need some serious touching up before the Euclid Beach Blast! Shaun Jones, Cleveland Metroparks Maintenance Manager for Euclid Creek Reservation, would be very appreciative if volunteers could assist with this activity!  So, if you like sanding and painting, we will have brushes and trays for you. But feel free to bring your own and wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty!

Event Details:
All volunteers will meet in the Euclid Beach Park Pavilion (16250 Lakeshore Blvd.) between 9:30 am and 10am to sign in, break up into teams and head out to the beach or to the benches. Refreshments will be available before and after the cleanup in the pavilion, but please feel free to bring a snack to share!

Gloves, trash pickers, rakes and bags will be provided for beach cleanup volunteers as well as brushes and and paint trays for the painters but feel free to bring your own if you prefer!

Please dress for the weather...whatever it may be and wear tennis shoes or boots!

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All participating volunteers will receive a gift card from Chili Peppers Fresh Mexican Grille (869 East 185th St.) good for one half off any menu item with the purchase of a fountain drink! Please be sure to thank Chili Peppers owner, Steve Newman for his support!

Hope to see you out at Euclid Beach!

Stephen Love

Stephen Love is a Lake Erie fanatic from Cleveland, OH. In his day job he works for the Cuyahoga Land Bank and in every other waking moment is the founder and coordinator of Euclid Beach Adopt-a-Beach Team and Euclid Beach Blast! He started Euclid Beach Blast out of a desire to explore the connections between environmental stewardship, art, public spaces, music, and community.

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