The East Lynn Community Association and the Friends of Lynn & Nahant Beach have put together a 2nd Annual Clean Sweep to the Sea to clean from our Downtown all the way to the ocean. Many neighborhoods and city organizations get involved and it all culminates at Red Rock Park for a great party. On the walk back home, you get to enjoy your beautifully cleaned Lynn.
Join Soraya and their team in the Buffum Lot, start there and then make your way out into Central Square. See you all on Saturday morning. I'll probably head outside around 11.
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We challenge you to get your friends and neighbors, co-workers, and organizations together and pick a spot to clean! It can be a park, playground, streets around a park, the beach, your neighborhood… you choose! Just let us know by June 18th who you are, where you plan to clean, and how many persons will need a supply tote (a canvas tote bag to keep). We suggest that you have at least 5 to 10 persons per team. Totes will be delivered by June 24th to the person you designate as your team leader, including your cleanup supplies and tickets for the cookout at Red Rock Park.
Each team leader will meet with his/her team at the spot and time you pick (between 10-11:00 a.m.), and, after the cleanup, migrate to Red Rock Park for camaraderie, cookout, and concert.
Three local performers--Fiddle Head, Walnut-Da Lyrical Geni, and This Day in History--will be on stage from noon until around 2:30 p.m. at Red Rock Park. City Councilors Dan Cahill (at large) and Darren Cyr (Ward 3) will be providing food and drinks for the cookout again this year.
Youth under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.