Dozens of volunteers rolled up their sleeves and got their hands dirty this Saturday at the Nissequogue River State Park.
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation held its 28th annual New York State Beach Cleanup, sponsored by the Nissequogue River State Park foundation this Saturday. Dozens of volunteers showed up to pick up trash and debris.
The Youtube video by Francis Mercuri, posted above, is a slideshow of photos taken by Dick Chen showing various volunteers who showed up to help on Saturday.
Thanks to all those who showed up to help clean up Kings Park. Where you there? Tell us about the experience below.