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The Coastal Cleanup Day "CCD" Site Captain Training is designed to teach you everything you need to ...

Coastal Cleanup Day 2017 | CCD Site Captain Training for Boating Facilities

Posted on July 13th, 2017

Location: 1444 9th St Santa Monica CA 90401
Duration: Single Day
Date: Jul 22, 2017



The Coastal Cleanup Day “CCD” Site Captain Training is designed to teach you everything you need to know about Coastal Cleanup Day on September 16, 2017, in order to ensure that you are well prepared to serve as a leader for your site.

Coastal Cleanup Day is the largest volunteer day on the planet! Heal the Bay coordinates more than 50 coastal, inland, dive, and kayak cleanup sites in L.A. County.

This training session will be geared towards site captains for boating facilities.

Let’s tackle this awesome day of service together!

Please contact Christina Jurrissen, CCD Coordinator, with any questions:
(310) 451-1500 ext. 149 or cjurrissen@healthebay.org

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Time Details
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Tags: sustainability, environment

Contact Person: Lily Ledesma

Contact Email: lledesma@healthebay.org

Contact Phone Number: 310-451-1500 ext.145

Organization: Heal the Bay

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