August 26, 2014     
Help Clean Richmond Shoreline on September 20!
Supervisor Gioia's Annual California Coastal Cleanup  

I'm excited to once again sponsor the annual Coastal Cleanup along the beautiful Richmond shoreline, for my 24th year. From our home base at Shimada Park in Marina Bay volunteers head out to pick up trash and debris along the shore.

A kayak flotilla will collect trash from the water.

This is a great opportunity to join friends and neighbors as environmental stewards, improving the health of our San Francisco Bay and shoreline.

Volunteers enjoy a free healthy lunch at Shimada Park at noon.

Please join us!  Details below.

California Coastal Cleanup at the Richmond Shoreline
9 a.m., Saturday, September 20.
Meet at Shimada Friendship Park where Marina Bay Parkway meets the Bay.
Getting There:
Part of Marina Bay Pkwy is closed due to construction. Check the website for easy detours. Follow the detour signs. 
Refillable water bottle, work gloves, refillable debris bucket if you have one. Supplies, snacks, and lunch provided.
For more:
Contact Kate Rauch at Supervisor Gioia's office via email or at 510-231-8686 or the Watershed Project via email or at 510-665-3430.
Pre-register via Eventbrite.  Not required.
Supervisor John Gioia, The Watershed Project, City of Richmond

Check Coastal Cleanup photos on my Flickr page.

See you there,
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John Gioia
Supervisor, District One 
Contra Costa County 
11780 San Pablo Avenue, Suite D 
El Cerrito, CA  94530 
510-231-8686 Phone (New Phone Number) 
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