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Tuesday, April 07, 2009
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Adopt-a-Beach training

Adopt-A-Beach? Training and Get Together

Keeping our beaches clean & healthy takes caring people in our communities working together. To thank adopters and to celebrate the success of the Alliance's Adopt-a-Beach? program, we are inviting you to attend our annual training. We will be providing an overview of our new online database for the Adopt-a-Beach? program! The training will also include a review of the Adopt-a-Beach? data collection forms and protocol, including a discussion of some recent changes. This is your opportunity to ensure that you are collecting data in a standardized method.

Training dates are also at www.greatlakes.org/adoptabeach -- just click on Spring Kickoff Adopt-a-Beach? Cleanup Event: Ohio.

To R.S.V.P. contact April Mather at 216-630-8140, or amather@greatlakes.org.

Adopt-A-Beach? Training and Get Together Keeping our beaches clean & healthy takes caring people in our communities working together. To thank adopters and to celebrate the success of the Alliance's Adopt-a-Beach? program, we are inviting you to attend our annual training. We will be providing an overview of our new online database for the Adopt-a-Beach? program! The training will also include a review of the Adopt-a-Beach? data collection forms and protocol, including a discussion of some recent changes. This is your opportunity to ensure that you are collecting data in a standardized method. Training dates are also at www.greatlakes.org/adoptabeach -- just click on Spring Kickoff Adopt-a-Beach? Cleanup Event: Ohio. To R.S.V.P. contact April Mather at 216-630-8140, or amather@greatlakes.org.

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