Chamber of Commerce to host Earth Day cleanup

Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Officer Wil Pineau, center, with representatives of some of the Earth Day events major sponsors, including, from left, Melanie Hulse from British Caymanian Insurance Co. Ltd., Kara Rankine from Ogier, Warren Harding from Flow, and Shari Welcome from Cayman National Bank Ltd.

The Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers to participate it in its annual Earth Day beach cleanup and to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of this initiative on Saturday, April 16.

The cleanup will take place from 7-10 a.m., an will be followed by a free brunch and family fun day at Public Beach.

The first 1,000 volunteers will receive free T-shirts, caps, bottles and reusable bags.

A complimentary brunch, courtesy of FLOW, will begin at 10 a.m., and Red Sail sports will provide water sports equipment, such as kayaks, paddleboards and raft floats.

Water sports and other activities will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

To register a cleanup team and participate in the family fun day, contact Nikita DurrantĀ at 743-9121 or emailĀ [email protected]

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