TRASHY MERMAIDS in Delray Beach Launch Monthly Shoreline Clean-up

 
DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - June 23, 2021 - PRLog -- Who:

Delray Beach resident Julie Travis was appalled by all the litter she found cluttering the shoreline on a recent visit and vowed to do something about it: "Keep The Sea Trash Free!"

What:


She organized Trashy Mermaids, a group of dedicated female beach-cleaners that now has dozens of volunteers, that spends one Saturday each month picking up all kinds of debris (cigarette butts, bottle caps, food and wrappers, plastic containers, etc.

When:

After successful beachside clean-ups on May 21 and June 5, the Trashy Mermaids are scheduled to bring their garbage-grabbers and rubbish buckets back to Delray Beach for two hours on Saturday, July 3, starting at 9 am.

How:

To join in this fun and friendly effort to clean-up Delray's beautiful shoreline, please contact Jeanne Epstein at jeanepstn@gmail.com or call 561.313.2611. For more information, check out the group's Facebook page: Trashymermaidsdelraybeach.

Quote:

A beachside sign posted on the Trashy Mermaids Facebook page:

"On the beach and in the sea, animals do not leave trash. Humans do. Please behave like animals."

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Jeanne Epstein, Julie Travis, Michele Dickstein Bass cleaning Delray Beach on June 5

Available for Interview:

Julie Travis

Founder, Trashy Mermaids

561.303.8616

jatravis13@gmail.com (mailto:julie.travis@jci.com)

Media Contact:

Gary Schweikhart

PR-BS

561.756.4298

gary@pr-bs.net
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