Rain or Shine, Adopt A Beach Program to Hold Area Beach Cleanup - KiiiTV.com South Texas, Corpus Christi, Coastal Bend

Rain or Shine, Adopt A Beach Program to Hold Area Beach Cleanup

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

It might be cold outside, but trash still accumulates on area beaches during the winter season.

That is why the Adopt A Beach Program will hold the 10th Annual Winter Beach Cleanup in six area beaches from 9 a.m. to Noon Saturday.

To volunteer go to the website www.adoptabeach.org or show up the morning of at any of these six locations where volunteers are needed.

Aransas Pass/Redfish Bay—Nueces County
Lighthouse Lakes Park
Four miles east of Aransas Pass on Hwy. 361
Richard Gonzales 361-779-7351

Port Aransas—Nueces County
Avenue G at the beach
Deno Fabrie 361.749.0256
North Corpus Christi Beach—Nueces County
Texas State Aquarium
2710 North Shoreline Blvd.
Rosanna Gossett 361.881.1203
Cole Park (Kids Place), Corpus Christi—Nueces County
1526 Ocean Drive
Amy Nunez 361.739.6544
Padre Island National Seashore—Kleberg County
Malaquite Visitor Center
20420 Park Road 22
William "Buzz" Botts 361.949.8068

Packery Channel
Mollie Beattie Habitat Community
361 Highway, Across from Zahn Road

buzz.botts@texasadoptabeach.org

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