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Posted on: February 28, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Help the Marine Resources Task Force at the Shrimp Festival

image6 (1)The Town's Marine Resource Task Force (MRTF) will be hosting its Pop-Up Environmental Education Booth at the Shrimp Festival at Lynn Hall Park on March 12 and 13. Local organizations and their volunteers are invited to help with this booth.

Saturday, March 12

 9-12 P.M.  (3hr)  10-2 P.M. (4hr)

 12-3 P.M.  (3hr)  2-6   P.M.  (4hr)

 3-6   P.M.   (3hr)          

  Sunday, March 13

 9-12 P.M. (3hr)   10-2 (4hr)

 12-3 P.M. (3hr)  2-5:30 (4hr)

 2-5 P.M.   (3hr)

  Interested in volunteering? Contact:

Jennifer Rusk, MRTF Member


 Parking will be a challenge for this very popular event and volunteers are asked to arrive early and plan on traffic delays. A parking pass for town-owned parking spots will be supplied to volunteers. Parking will also be available within a ten minute walk from Lynn Hall Park.

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