Tree Huggers! The MMS-side of the International Coastal Clean-up is not going to be possible due to teacher availability. However, Mrs. Sandy Webb of Hui Malama o Mililani at the high school has invited any interested tree huggers to join their group at Ali'i beach on Saturday, September 15, 2012.
Mrs. Webb says: interested kids/parents can check in with us by our gathering to the west side of the two story brown building - we have a plan green pop-up shelter.
Please see below for details:
Join us for the annual “Get the Drift and Bag It”
BEACH CLEAN UP & Data Collection!
Saturday, Sept. 15th
Ali`i Beach Park
Sponsored by The Ocean Conservancy and The Kokua Foundation
. 8am SHARP – meet at the gym parking lot to
catch our buses
. 8:450am – 9:15 orientation/safety/get
. 9:15am-11:00am clean the beach
. 11:00am-noon lunch, weigh in and prizes
. Noon-1:30pm – swim (by the lifeguard tower
only), relax, enjoy
. 1:30 return on buses to school
What to Bring/Wear
. Bring rubber or work gloves
. Wear MHS dress code shorts/t-shirts/tank tops
(swim suit underneath?)
. Bring sunscreen, hat, towel, dry clothes
. AT LEAST 1 liter of water
. Sack lunch
. Inhaler if you have asthma!
Transportation - If you are not riding the bus of have to leave early – read here:
. If you want your parents to pick you up from the beach clean up you must:
1) sign out at our lunch/first aid station with a parent and
2) work at the Ali`i Beach Park site
Our next official Tree Huggers event will be in October. Please be on the look out for meeting signs in the various school buildings.
Have a great break Yellow Track!