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Help clean up the beach Sunday

Help clean up the beach Sunday

By Staff Writer - March 9, 2018

Photo: Facebook TAF The Animal Fund‎
Photo: Facebook TAF The Animal Fund‎

The Animal Fund (TAF) is holding a 2-hour clean-up day on Sunday, March 11, on Menton Beach. All environmentally-conscious volunteers are welcome to take part, the organisers say.

A fun and active afternoon is promised, and all in a great cause. “The more people who join us, the more trash we can pick up,” TAF state.

The event starts at 2:30 pm at Menton beach, opposite the Casino. The day is organised in partnership with the Urban Sport Centre Menton.

Photo: Facebook TAF The Animal Fund‎
Photo: Facebook TAF The Animal Fund‎

TAF held several successful local beach clean-up initiatives last year, including the Plastic Pollution Campaign at Larvotto.

On Monday, March 26, the Monaco-based association presents “The Story of the Pink Dolphin”, an interesting and informative presentation of the Amazon and its pink dolphins by marine biology researcher and TAF ambassador Dr Alexandra Zeiner.

The evening, which replaces the monthly TAF meeting in March, will be held at Address restaurant (16 rue d Milo) at 7 pm.

Sign up for both these events at: info@theanimalfund.net

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