Everyone invited to beach cleanup, barbecue

COME OUT to help clean up the lake, win prizes and eat barbecue, rain or shine.

BEACH PARTY this weekend and everyone’s invited; a Beach Party Cleanup, that is.

This last-minute event is looking for community assistance, rain or shine, to come help tidy up at Lakelse Lake.

Prizes will be given out and a barbecue lunch will be available for all who register to do their part.

Bring your favourite rake and gloves; refuse, flotsam and jetsam will be packed out by others so the hard work is taken care of.

This is a joint community project partnering with Parks Canada and others to promote a healthier lake by working together.

The Beach Party Cleanup takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Gruchy’s Beach this Saturday, May 12.

See you there!



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