We will be in Section C in Spot 14. See below for a map. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Looking forward to a great event!
Earth to Autism will be out at the Pride at the Village event on Saturday, June 26, 2021, from 2pm-10pm at the Pinellas Arts Village. There will be 100 vendors at the event. The address is 5663 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park, FL 33781. Stop by our booth and say hello!
Here’s a little sneak peek at what we are putting together for the Pride at the Village event. It combines our love for the Pride Movement as well as love for our planet. Come out to Pride at the Village on June 26, 2021 to find out more!
Today was our second beach clean-up of the spring and our biggest turn out since returning to action. There were 13 of us who combed the beach today picking up trash. Many people don’t realize until they actually do a beach clean up just how much trash is left behind after a fun and relaxing day at the beach. We found pool noodles, a yeti tumbler, and loads of cigarette butts on the beach. All of this could have wound up in the gulf had it not been for our team of volunteers.
Earth to Autism is planning to do a beach clean-up each month as we now realize just how important it is that we do our part to keep our beaches clean. We hope you’ll join us next month. The plan is to do a beach clean up in Madeira Beach at sunset and maybe have a pot luck dinner. If you are interested in joining us please let us know.
I would like to thank everyone who came out today to help. You could have done many other things this morning but you chose to get up early on a Sunday and sweat it out with me. Thank you for being the change.
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Our next beach clean up will be on June 6 at 9am. We will be cleaning up after the Memorial Day holiday on St Pete Beach. Look for our Earth to Autism sign in the public parking lot across from the Publix. Bring your sunscreen & water. We’ll provide the gloves and trash bags. Let’s keep this beach looking amazing! Email if you have questions to email@example.com.
Earth to Autism celebrated Earth Day by hosting a beach clean up. We picked up a lot of cigarette butts on the beach. Cigarette butts are harmful to birds and fish. Birds often mistake the cigarette butts for food and ingest them. Cigarette butts also leach harmful toxins into the water as they break down. Please remember to dispose of your cigarette butts properly when you are at the beach.