Earth Day at Bitter End Yacht Club
- April 9th, 2010
- in Yachting
The 40th Anniversary of Earth Day is “BEACH PATROL DAY” At the beautiful Bitter End Yacht Club!
On the heels of our recent, very successful 2nd Annual St. Patrick’s Day “Go Green” Beach Clean Up, We are celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day, April 22, in much the same way, with a shoreline “Flotsam & Jetsam” patrol.
We’ve planned an Eco-Adventure for all Boat Visitors, and resort guests, big and small. On the evening of April 21st, and morning of the 22nd, litter bags will be distributed to boats on our moorings and on our docks. Then, from 2pm to 4:30 pm, bags of “Beach Rubbish” delivered to our docks can be exchanged for drink coupons, redeemable at the Bitter End Sports Pub—one drink per bag. Our goal is 100 bags of Bona Fide Flotsam and Jetsam. (Recent galley trash not redeemable—trash czars will be inspecting.)
The beaches, shoreline, and mangroves surrounding North Sound and Eustatia Sound are the boundaries (use your dinghy, or walk the shore). An Earth Day Pub Party is scheduled for 5:30 pm to celebrate the day’s efforts.
For dockage, moorings, dining or activity reservations,
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