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HANGOUT MUSIC FEST 2017

Mumford & Sons

Sigur Ros

Weezer

21 Pilots

Frank Ocean

Head & the Heart

MGMT

Band of Horses

Young the Giant

Franz Ferdinand

Strumbellas

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TROTTER

MARINE

GEAR UP FOR SPRING

Win A FREE Shed

Stuffed with Gear

BIG FREEDIA

MUDDY MAGNOLIAS

WILD FEATHERS

MARCUS KING BAND

JO JO'S SLIM WEDNESDAY

ALL THEM WITCHES

DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND

ROYAL TEETH

More than 65 artists, including

Southsounds Fest

April 7-9, Downtown Mobile

Tickets On Sale Now

Govt Mule - Saenger Theatre Mobile - pic by Michelle Stancil MCSPix

92ZEW Presents

GOV'T MULE

April 27 -- Saenger Theatre

Sep 142012
 

The 2012 Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup is scheduled for this Saturday, September
15, 2012, from 8:00 a.m. until noon. This is the 25th anniversary of the State’s
largest annual volunteer event. Over the past 24 years, 65,255 volunteers have
participated in the removal of 1,240,931 pounds of marine debris from Alabama’s
valued coastline and waterways.

Involved citizens, school groups, businesses and clubs will walk or boat 26 different
zones (www.alabamacoastalcleanup.com) in Mobile and Baldwin counties. Given the
recent Hurricane Isaac, volunteers are expected to find large debris washed up into
marshes. The high amount of rainfall this summer has caused the runoff of trash such
as plastic bottles to collect in local drainages. The cleanup activity improves water
quality and removes potential dangers to our safety and to wildlife.

If you plan to participate to help “Get the Trash out of the Splash!”:
• Drink plenty of fluids!
• Bring sunscreen, a hat and wear comfortable shoes.
• An adult should supervise children at all times.
• Be careful near sand dunes and other fragile ecosystems.
• Please do not attempt to remove dangerous or heavy items yourself.
Mark the location and report back to the Zone Captain.

If you’d like to be involved with the 25th Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup, please visit
www.AlabamaCoastalCleanup.com for a zone nearest you. Be sure to contact the zone
captain for specific information for that location.