Corson’s Inlet Clean-up


     On Dec. 1, 2012 NJBBA was asked to help do a beach clean-up at Corson’s Inlet State Park. After “Super Storm” Sandy there was plenty of debris that was deposited along the beach. We had 24 Beach Buggy members that participated in the clean-up along with 6 non-members that volunteer their time. Also volunteers from the Southern Region Surf Riders Foundation, showed up to help in the clean-up. Numerous trucks were loaded with debris from the storm, mostly wood from docks and houses.

     With high tide being in the morning beach clean-up could not start till noon. We had a brunch catered by NJBBA and served by Carole Harris and Sherry McAllister. They did a great job making our famous beach buggy lunch for all.

     I would like to thank everyone that came out for this clean-up. This helps show the state parks dept. what the New Jersey Beach Buggy Assn. is all about.  This clean-up alone added 120 volunteer hours to the state for this year. Thanks to Ron Patten for setting up the clean-up.

Paul Harris – President

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