New Jersey Beach Buggy's Volunteer Hours for 2015

Volunteer Hours at Island Beach State Park

Snow Fence

318hrs.

Post & Rail Fencing

230hrs.

Building Platforms for Handicap Walkways 24hrs.
Clean Ocean Action (beach cleanup) 115hrs.
Adopt-A-Beach (beach cleanup) 40hrs.
Fishing Clinics 25hrs.
Governor's Fishing Tournament (Judging) 244hrs.
Courtesy Patrol 2,119.5hrs.
Island Beach State Park Total Volunteer Hours: 3,115.5 hrs.

Volunteer Hours at Brigantine Natural Area

Put up String line fence to protect Shore Nesting Birds 75hrs.
Courtesy Patrol 560.5hrs.
Brigantine Natural Area Total Volunteer Hours: 635.5hrs.

Volunteer Hours at Corson's Inlet State Park

Courtesy Patrol & Trail Fence project 105hrs.
Corson’s Inlet Total Volunteer Hours: 105hrs.
   

The New Jersey Beach Buggy Association's Total Volunteer Hours

 to the NJ State Park System

3,856hours

 

Presented By Carole Harris Courtesy Patrol Director & Coordinator

  • The Courtesy Patrol members are a group who are willing to give a little of their time to help assist and instruct others,
  • Generally they are the most active of our membership. These members are also the eyes and ears of the association.
  • They keep a watchful eye on the day to day goings on in their respective areas,
  • They attend community meetings to gather first hand information and report this information back to the Board of Directors.
  • Courtesy Patrol members also dispense information, supplies and membership kits to anyone interested in our association.

Courtesy Patrol members can be identified by a flag or magnet attached to their vehicle. If you would like to know more about the Association or Courtesy Patrol stop and speak to any of the members you see and they will assist you in any way possible. You can also check off "interested in courtesy patrol” on your application or renewal and someone will contact you.
 

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