Adopt-a-Beach Cleanups are in full swing -- Join volunteers April 21st for our Earth Day and Global Youth Service Day Cleanup..and lunch

Volunteers from Cleveland Division of Water tallying trash and taking names!

Adopt-a-Beach(tm) cleanups are in full swing at Euclid Beach State Park after a great kickoff for World Water Day 2012  on Saturday March 24th when over 30 volunteers from Cleveland Division of Water and Water Pollution Control, Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity from CaWRU and the community collected 262 pounds of trash and 87 pounds of recyclables! Interesting items included a plastic sword, a car bumper and a boat sail! Also a huge thank you to Steve Newman, owner of Chili Peppers restaurant for donating delicious tacos to all of our volunteers.

Mark your calenders for our next beach cleanup on Saturday April 21st from 10am-12pm. We will be celebrating Earth Day and Global Youth Service Day.

Beach cleanups are from 10am-12pm on the 3rd or 4th Saturday of the month at Euclid Beach Park. For more information contact Stephen Love, at  or


Stephen Love

I am team leader of the Euclid Beach Adopt-a-Beach program. Each month our team conducts cleanups and water tests at Euclid Beach State Park. I am currently a graduate student at CSU pursuing a Masters of Public Administration.

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