Take time to take care of this beautiful beach community we call home before finals
This program is intended for the residents to discover different areas around the community as well as to contribute to it by cleaning it. Circle k international hosts a bi annual street clean up in which residents can clean the street for free. supplies such as gloves, trash bags, and rides will be provided by circle K. They are the ones that are leading this program and my residents and I wil...
Community service: Pick up trash from Diamond Head Beach to Cromwells.
I will be working with Save Our Shores to do a beach clean up at Natural Bridges.
Passive about good move out practices
Come destress before finals by spending your day at the beach
Hike from campus to the beach, while picking up trash along the way.
Take a trip to the beach and enjoy a nice bbq and while we are there help sustain natural habitats by picking up some trash.
The purpose of this event is to show that we care about our community that we live in. We will clean up ON50 and also enjoy a lunch together at the end of the event.
Residents from the 7th floor will walk/take the bus to Honolulu Stadium Park. RA Telomen will provide non-latex gloves and garbage bags, and the group will commence cleaning up the park for the homeless that live there in light of the holiday spirit. The idea was raised by a resident that we also might pitch in our own money to buy a sandwich platter and distribute sandwiches to the homeless as...
Residents will particitipate in a beach clean up for 2 hours and will spend the rest of the day interacting with eachothers. Icebreakers will be implemented before the bonfire.
A group of Porter residents will be hiking the Pogonip trail to the garden of eden to both enjoy the natural beauty of the hike/destination, as well as provide a community service of cleaning up the area which is always littered with cardboard boxs, cups, and other misc trash.
Join dozens of other people in the clean up of Sherwoods Beach Park in Waimanalo on Oahu's east side in recognition of International Coastal Clean Up Day.
We are inviting residents to help pick up trash on the streets of Arcata, especially on the bridge between campus and town. We will provide trash bags and gloves. We will then go to the local farmer's market and educate them about the benefits of shopping at sustainable, local businesses.
Take a part in your community and brighten the beach with only two hours of your time!
OACS 2010- 2011 will be riding their bikes and driving to Mad River beach at 10:00am on the 24th of October for a beach clean up.
Residents work together as well as clean up their rooms and de-loft there beds. Time for residents to communicate with each other and help each other out.
Clean up one of the local beaches and make friends while doing it!