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ACC Washington Organizes Coastal Cleanup

Volume 36 , Number 9 , Page 84-87

Photo: ACC Washington Board Member and Vice President Monica Reinmiller (T-Mobile) and ACC Washington Board Member and Diversity Committee Chair Elida Moran (T-Mobile) at the Coastal Cleanup.

O n September 15, 2018, the ACC Washington Chapter organized a community service day for chapter member legal teams and their friends and families. The chapter participated in the annual Puget Soundkeeper and Ocean Conservatory International Coastal Cleanup at Golden Gardens Park in Seattle.

The morning was spent in community with various local volunteers as the team walked the shoreline to remove debris and items that had been left behind or had washed up on the shore of the Puget Sound.

The ACC Washington Chapter looks forward to building its community service network and activities by sharing information and best practices with other ACC chapters.

An old dock piling converted to a tide pool.

Photo: An old dock piling converted to a tide pool discovered by Monica Reinmiller, ACC Washington board member and vice president, during the Coastal Cleanup.

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