Tybee Island Beach Sweep

Posted By Charissa / February 21, 2013 / , , , / 0 Comments

Tybee Beautification Association and the City of Tybee Island will be partnering with Savannah State University to clean up Tybee’s beach. The Beach Sweep theme is “Tigers Keep Tybee Tidy”. Volunteers should meet on the Pier and Pavilion on the south end Saturday, February 23, 2013 at 10am to obtain supplies and instructions. Everyone is welcome to participate. Students are encouraged to bring their community service forms. For more information call 472-5071.

First formed in 1986, Tybee Beautification Association is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the natural beauty
of our island. TBA activities include coordination of Beach Sweeps, Adopt-A-Highway clean-ups, Anti-Litter Education and plants

First formed in 1986, the Tybee Beautification Association is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of our island. TBA activities include coordination of Beach Sweeps, Adopt-A-Highway clean-ups, Anti-Litter Education, Island-wide Decoration, Education on preservation and nature, Yard of the Month, and planting/maintaining native plants in public areas around Tybee. We are assisted in our efforts by the donations and participation of many local Tybee businesses, for which we are very grateful.

Please join – it’s a great way to meet your neighbors, have fun, and help keep our island beautiful! TBA member benefits include social activities such as the member’s picnic and Christmas party.

The Tybee Beautification Association meets the second Wednesday of every month at 7pm at the Guard House. Our meetings are open and all are welcome. Annual dues are $10.00 per person.

We welcome your thoughts and participation, and hope that you will contact us or attend one of our meetings. Working together, we can make our community a better place for all to enjoy!

Beach Sweep on Tybee Island

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