Evie hands out a bag to a breaker Ten of us left Michigan Tech at 7:15 a.m. Saturday, March 7, 2009. We drove all day and through the night to arrive at the Royal American Hospitality at 8:00 a.m. the next morning. The trip was thankfully relatively uneventful except for… Read more »
Briana Drake, the leader of the alternative spring break group from Michigan Tech, stood before the TDC Board of Directors Tuesday to present the students’ ideas for keeping the beach clean. By handing out trash bags to fellow students, our breakers discovered other students were welcoming to the idea and… Read more »
Some Spring Breakers are here to play, these 10 students from Michigan Tech are here to work! If you see these alternative breakers on the beach passing out trash bags and encouraging fellow spring breakers to keep the beach clean, please welcome them!
Michigan Technological University students will drive almost 24 hours to visit Panama City Beach during Spring Break 2009 to help Keep the Beach Clean. Anyone interested in joining in and working with these students, please contact me! Thanks again to GetAwaytotheGulf.com and the Panama Cafe for their support of this… Read more »
Thanks to Royal American Hospitality, we’re housing alternative spring breakers again this year. And thanks to last year’s participants, we have a better approach this year: prevention instead of cure. Our students will not be picking up trash. They will be handing out trash bags to fellow Spring Breakers, encouraging… Read more »
This is, by far, the best place on earth on a September day like this one…
Thanks to this online Newsherald Article, I know that I won’t be able to sleep in this Saturday. Hope you’ll join me.
Just meet us down on the beach at Pier Park this Saturday at 9 AM. For two solid hours, you’ll be able to walk the world’s most beautiful beaches, enjoying a true paradise on earth. Along the way, we’ll pick up trash, but that will just enhance your experience. Organized… Read more »
LSU student volunteers did a great job last week. Their immediate ideas were the same as the previous schools’… more cans, more bags, more recycle bins. Don’t allow vendors on the sand to hand out anything that will become trash on the beach. You know, more common-sense stuff you’d hope… Read more »
A smaller group than last week in numbers, but equally big in desire to help keep the beach clean! Stay tuned for LSU’s progress and ideas to clean up the trash!