You can help collect trash by kayak, by canoe, on foot, or just lend moral support! Cabot Creamery’s Gratitude Grille will be sponsoring lunch for our hungry volunteers after the cleanup!
To RSVP for the clean up visit:
Meet at the Georgetown Waterfront Park at 9 am on Saturday, September 12 (across from 34th Street, NW). After the cleanup, we'll head up to Patagonia DC for lunch sponsored by Cabot Creamery’s Gratitude Grille from 11:30 am-12:30 pm.
Parking is scarce, so we encourage taking public transportation. We'll bring the water, but please bring your own bottle.
No experience or special skills needed! We hope to see you there!
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