Seventeen volunteers braved the cool, misty air at Seacliff State Beach to participate in the first training and launch for Beachkeepers, Save Our Shores' new community-powered program.
The numbers were small but the energy and commitment from those that attended was huge on Saturday.
“I can’t wait for the government to do this,” Eppy said, referring to the cleanup. “I have got to do this myself.”
The troop is planning to join the Adopt-a-Beach program and wanted to get some hands-on, educational training on the shores before they start.
The Girl Scouts combined work with play by having contests to see who could the most unusual things.