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Updated: 11/12/2017 08:30:02AM

Keep Charlotte Beautiful cleans up waterways

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PHOTO PROVIDED BY JAKE HENDERSON

PHOTO PROVIDED BY JAKE HENDERSON

Charlotte County Tax Collector’s Office helped with the cleanup at the Port Charlotte Beach Complex.

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Girl Scout Troop 135 cleaned up the Port Charlotte Beach Complex.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY JAKE HENDERSON


261 Charlotte County Tax Collector’s Office Port Charlotte Beach Complex


357 Girl Scout Troop 135 Port Charlotte Beach Complex





13 Peace River Sail and Power Squadron at Bayshore Park





Photographer William Wood


14 PG Islanders Punta Gorda





29 Waste Management giving KCB an assist for the day!

PHOTO PROVIDED BY JAKE HENDERSON

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The International Coastal Cleanup happened this year despite Hurricane Irma’s best effort. Volunteers have been cleaning up litter and debris from Cedar Point out in Englewood to the canals in Burnt Store Isles. Some of the groups that signed up with Keep Charlotte Beautiful were out and cleaning up on Sept. 16, the weekend after the storm, and they had groups cleaning up several weekends since.

Talking to Sheri Leibman, who was going out on paddleboards with her husband in Ski Alley, she said, “they were looking to go out and do something normal and felt this would be a great start.”

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