Join Clinton County CleanScapes, Sunken Treasure Scuba Center divers, Lock Haven University students and other community members for the 18th Bald Eagle Creek tire removal event on September 7th.
The goal is to remove 40 or more tires from the creek!
There are many ways people can get involved, and all ages are welcome!
- Collect litter and tires from Bald Eagle Creek. Teams will wade into Bald Eagle Creek and assist scuba divers and boat captains. First time? No worries. All teams are led by a CleanScapes Safety Captain.
- Provide support on land. These volunteers assist the waders and help load the dumpsters with debris brought on land.
- Truck/trailer shuttle drivers are always welcome! Do you have a pickup truck or trailer? Consider bringing it along to help shuttle collected tires to the dumpster. Volunteers will load and unload the truck/trailer. Note: the truck/trailer will get muddy!
- Document the day! Not physically able or interested in removing the tires? Consider helping us document the activities by photographing the event and sharing them with us later!
The cleanup event will begin at 9:30 a.m.
- Insect repellent, gloves, trash bags, safety vests and lunch provided to all registered participants.
- A picnic-style luncheon will be served to volunteers at 1 PM.
- A shuttle van for pre-registered LHU students.
- Closed-toed shoes are mandatory (no bare feet or sandals). An extra jacket, hat, sunscreen, shoes and socks are recommended.
- Be prepared to get muddy and wet during this cleanup!
- Youth between the ages of 12-17 must be accompanied by a participating adult.
HOW TO REGISTER
LHU student registration is requested by 12 noon on September 4. To register for this event or if you have questions, contact Joshua Sanchez at the LHU MountainServe Office at PUB 227, email@example.com or 570.484.2499.
All other volunteers must contact CleanScapes Project Director Elisabeth Lynch McCoy nu 12 noon on September 5 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570.726.3511 in order to register.
Meeting location and driving directions will be provided after you register with CleanScapes.
Project funding provided by: Clinton County Community Foundation, Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds, Avery Dennison, Bald Eagle Township, Dr.’s Boland and Reid, Elizabeth Brobst, Cummings Township, Susan and James Dolan, First Quality, Greene Township, Sandy and Toby Johnson, Betty and Dr. Lester Kleckner, Judith and Thomas Leidy, Lloyd Wilson Trout Unlimited Chapter 224, Loyalsock Creek Watershed Association, Sofia Luckenbill and Kyle Root, Brenda and Don Lysle, Pine Creek Preservation Association, Pine Creek Township, Sons of Italy Lodge 146, and Workman Masonry.
CleanScapes, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and Keep PA Beautiful affiliate, is committed to empowering citizens to clean up the floodplains of Clinton and Lycoming Counties.
Be sure to like the CleanScapes Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/CleanScapesNCPA to keep up with future events!
Learn about what a typical CleanScapes event is like here.