Families, individuals, businesses, students and members of civic organizations are invited to participate in Sea Isle City’s annual Spring Beach Clean-Up on Saturday, April 21. Shown holding a variety of items they collected from the beaches and dunes during last year’s Beach Clean-Up are (from left) Colleen Dugan-Schearer, of Reading PA; Leila Black, 12, of Middletown, NJ; Alison Schearer, 6, of Reading, PA; Emily Schearer, 9, of Reading, PA; and Katlyn Baker, 16, of Levittown, PA. (photo provided by Sea Isle City Public Relations)

Volunteers are needed for the Sea Isle City Environmental Commission’s annual Spring Beach Clean-Up on Saturday, April 21, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Volunteers can register on the morning of the Clean-Up at JFK Boulevard and the Promenade, where Environmental Commission members will distribute supplies and direct participants to specific beaches.

At the time of registration, free event tee-shirts will be given to volunteers (while supplies last) courtesy of Approach Clothing Company, located at 4204 Landis Avenue and 6300 Landis Avenue in Sea Isle City. Volunteers will also be given free tree saplings to plant in their home gardens, featuring species that grow well on barrier islands.  The tree saplings will be provided courtesy of the 2018 New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign, a division of the New Jersey Urban Forestry Program.

For more information about Sea Isle City’s 2018 Spring Beach Clean-Up, please phone 609-263-2081.