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Pick a favorite beach and pitch in for Coastal Cleanup Day this weekend

Grover Beach resident, Monica Perez (center), brought her children Victor (left) and Dania to Pismo Pier area to clean up trash in 2015.
Grover Beach resident, Monica Perez (center), brought her children Victor (left) and Dania to Pismo Pier area to clean up trash in 2015. ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

Tired of all those cigarette butts on the beach? Well, here’s your chance to do something about it.

Coastal Cleanup Day is scheduled for Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at 30 different sites across the county.

The annual event is supervised by ECOSLO.

According to a news release, cleanup sites will have some bags and gloves available, but participants are encouraged to bring their own grocery bags, buckets and gloves.

Participants are asked to register ahead online at ecoslo.org/coastal-cleanup-day.

For more information, call 805-544-1777 or visit http://ecoslo.org/.

Kaytlyn Leslie: 805-781-7928, @kaytyleslie

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