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Lake Travis Underwater & Shoreline Clean-Up in Austin, Texas

Join the Green Diver Initiative for an underwater and shoreline clean-up event at Lake Travis in Austin, Texas!
 
The 18th Annual Lake Travis Underwater & Shoreline Clean-Up is organized by the Colorado River Foundation, Keep Austin Beautiful, and Travis County Parks. The NAUI Green Diver Initiative is proud to sponsor the largest dive and shoreline clean-up in Texas. Come join NAUI Marketing Coordinator Nicole Bates and the Austin community to help protect and preserve Lake Travis.
 
What: 18th Annual Lake Travis Underwater & Shoreline Clean-Up
When: Sunday, September 23, 2012
Time:   Clean-Up is from 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Volunteer Thank-You Party at Carlos ‘N Charlie’s on Lake Travis from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (will include lunch, live DJ, door prizes, and educational activities)
Where: Lake Travis in Austin, Texas (underwater and along the shore at 9 Travis County parks)
RSVP: To sign up as a volunteer to participate in the underwater or shoreline clean-up contact Keep Austin Beautiful at 512-391-0622 or visit their website at www.keepaustinbeautiful.org.
 
Volunteers are needed so sign up soon! And remember, “Live Green, Dive Green!”
 
For more information on the Lake Travis Underwater & Shoreline Clean-Up visit our website or contact the Colorado River Foundation or Keep Austin Beautiful.


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