HUNDREDS of people are expected to turn outin the Bega Valley this Sunday (March 4) for Clean-Up Australia Day.
Local Clean Up activities are being co-ordinated by Bega Valley Shire Council with the help of community groups throughout the shire.
Council’s waste services manager, Mr Dimitri Scordalides, said local residents had been very supportive of the clean up in past years and he was confident that people of all ages would turn out in force on Sunday morning.
The shire’s Clean Up Australia Day co-ordinator, Mrs Donna Horcicka, said she was very pleased with the amount of interest shown in the annual event and thanked those groups and organisations who had agreed to supervise clean up activities in their towns.
They include the Bega Scouts, the Tathra Lions Club, McDonalds, Merimbula Landcare, the Bermagui Probus Club, the Pambula Surf Club and State Forests.
Mrs Horcicka also thanked Tarra Ford for helping to co-ordinate school involvement in the Bega area.
The registration points this Sunday will be:
– Bega: Scout Hall, Gipps Street, 10am to noon;
– Tathra: McCormick’s Store, Bega Street, 8.30am to noon;
– Bermagui: Bermagui Arcade, Young Street, 10am to noon;
Bags will be provided on the day but participants must take their own gloves.
Anyone who takes part in the clean up is welcome to attend a free barbecue at the Tathra Hotel from 12.30pm.
Hundreds of students throughout the shire are expected to take part in their own Clean Up this Friday, March 2.
This year, council is encouraging schools to plant trees as a lasting reminder of their involvement in the event.
Council is donating trees and tree guards to any school that wants to become involved.
Clean-Up enquiries can be directed to Donna Horcicka on 6499-2145.
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