Earth Day Beach Clean Up!

Key Club and Kiwanis Advisor Earth Day Doran Beach Clean Up
Key Club and Kiwanis Advisor Earth Day Doran Beach Clean Up

Earth Day 2021 found members of the Oakmont Kiwanis Club working side by side with Key Club members from Maria Carrillo High School. Together we had a beach clean up day at Doran Beach.

While it was an overcast day, the weather held nicely for us to complete a much needed project to help beautify a small slice of our planet so close to home.

The day was planned by Calista Putri, the current Lt. Governor of her Key Club Division, and our Kiwanis Key Club Regional Advisor Tricia Shindledecker. We had a group of 5 Kiwanians and 3 Key Clubbers. Everyone had their own garbage pickers and trash bags.

After a two hour hunt, we are certain the Key Clubbers went out the farthest and found the most trash. It was a great day for Doran Beach! We will definitely plan another beach clean up together later this year.


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