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Beach Sweep

Long Branch:  Twenty-eight years ago Clean Ocean Action (COA) launched its campaigns to reclaim the ocean and beaches from the ravages of environmental abuse. This year, all along the New Jersey coast from Sandy Hook to Cape May, volunteers have brought work gloves and tools to continue the effort.

In Long Branch, Tyler Thompson from COA was there for volunteers as they arrived around 9:00 a.m.  “Some scouts and others were here when I arrived,” he said” He handed out black and white lawn bags for garbage and recyclables.

Some of the early arrivals were the Delta Phi Epsilon team, the Academy of Law and Public Safety of Monmouth County Vocational Schools, the Frank Antonides School’s Environmental Club in West Long Branch, the Tinton Falls Rotary Club, the Ranney Lower School Panthers, a community service club back for its second year with teachers Doreen Fowlkes and Meg Moruzzi, Rutgers University’s Students for Environmental Awareness, and families and individuals like Tracey Maffiore from Hazlet.

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