Make a positive impact on our environment! This group of environmentally responsible teens creates projects that make a difference in our parks, neighborhoods, and schools. Meetings are held monthly (locations vary), with projects identified by the team. Previous projects have included clean ups, participating in the Virginia Aquarium’s dolphin count, and conducting a dumpster dive. For more information, contact Caryl Thompson at 385-4871 or cthompso@VBgov.com, or visit VBgov.com/pgt. No additional cost...just show up, bring a friend and have fun!
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The City of Water Day Festival is a free day-long celebration of the world-class potential of the water that surrounds us and brings us together. Held on Governors Island,New York and Maxwell Place Park in Hoboken, New Jersey, the event draws thousands of people from throughout the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region to participate in hundreds of unique, fun, and educational waterfront activities organized by the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance…See More