Are you looking to earn community service hours? Interested in volunteering more in the new year?
Participate in the annual Clear Creek Cleanup this year on Saturday, February 12! Each year, people of all ages come together to help preserve the beauty of Clear Creek by removing thousands of pounds of trash from this waterway. This effort, led by the Clear Creek Environmental Foundation, is open to all ages (children must be accompanied by adults). People who would like to volunteer with their boats are welcome! Lunch and a free t-shits will be provided for volunteers. Register here.
Where: League City Boat Ramp on Hwy 270 between Hwy 518 and NASA Road 1
When: 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, February 12
What to expect: Groups will meet at 8 a.m. at the League City Boat Ramp. Boat captains will take volunteers and drop them off at selected locations where they will collect trash in bags provided by CCEF. Volunteers and trash will be picked up and brought back to the 270 bridge between noon and 1 p.m. Trash collected on barges will be unloaded by volunteers and placed in the trash bins. Lunch provided by Esteban's Cafe and Cantina.
How to Prepare: Please be prepared for cold weather. Wear layered clothing. It is always colder on the water, consider the wind chill while traveling on the water. Work or rubber boots are recommended to wear. Be prepared to get muddy. Work gloves are recommended. Every boat will have life jackets, drinking water and first aid kits.
Contact: Call Mike Stone @ 281-830-3419 with any questions or email: email@example.com. More information Facebook: www.facebook.com/ClearCreekEnvironmentalFoundation