Earlier this spring, the Great American Cleanup was conducted in Collier County with this video reflecting the work done at several sites, starting with Wiggins State Park. Ranger Donna Young organized and helped the volunteers. The Collier County Master Gardeners participated at the Naples Sailing & Yacht Club. And LWT pitched in at the Naples Pier. The last site featured on the video is Lowdermilk Park. Thanks to all of the volunteers.
This video shows how three Troops 243 ,255 and 469 worked with Keep Collier Beautiful to clean three different beaches. Starting with Naples Pier, Vanderbilt Beach and Wiggins State Park everyone did their part and made a major contribution for the Collier County “Bay Days.” Thanks to all the sponsors who provided water, gloves and trash bags to make the cleanup a success.
Keep Collier Beautiful joined with the Collier County Code Enforcement at the Golden Gate Green Canal. This team was led by Robert Capizzi, Jeff Wright and Kaydee Tuff. Another Collier County Code Enforcement Group led by Jeff Letourneau addressed work done at Naples Manor. Look at their results in this video. Thanks to Collier County Code Enforcement.
Fourteen members of the Naples Cruise Club volunteered to beautify Key Island by cutting up and removing an old wood sign up. When they were done, they loaded the refuse on a boat and headed to LMI to help clean up a supply shed and tool shed, load up one of the old generators, and distribute loads of garbage among the other boats that participated in the event. This video shows the great work done by the Naples Cruise Club.