ORCA and Narragansett 2100 Inc. Sea Wall and Beach clean up results in 380 pounds of trash collected
Narragansett 2100, Inc., a non-profit organization of landlords with rental property in Narragansett and Narragansett Property Managers, along with ORCA, Ocean Recovery Community Alliance partnered to provide a Narragansett Sea Wall and Town Beach clean up on Sunday, April 24th.
Kevin Carmignani, ORCA Project Manager, who organized the effort from ORCA gleefully noted that 105 participants helped with the cleanup on a cool, brisk, cloudy Sunday. Over 380 pounds of trash were recovered off the beach and sea wall and disposed of in just under three hours.
"Narragansett 2100, Inc. was excited to join ORCA in this successful event. The work that Kevin and ORCA do in protecting our waters and restoring them to their beauty is unmatched. I want to thank all the volunteers that participated as well, said George Nonis, president of Narragansett 2100, Inc.
Helping the effort along, were members of the URI Woman’s Volleyball team, student residents of Narragansett, and board members of the Narragansett 2100, Inc.
Pictured: URI Women’s Volleyball Team and Off Campus residents, and Lisa-Beth Sanford board member of Narragansett 2100 Inc.
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