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24sep8:30 amLLA Shore Sweep - Lake Lanier - Sept 2022

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34th Annual Lake Lanier Association’s Shore Sweep, Lake Lanier

Annual Lake Lanier Association trash pickup by land and water at 13 sites.

Please register in advance at: www.lakelanier.org

Date: Saturday, September 24th, 2022

For more info: Lake Lanier Association, Event Link

 

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(Saturday) 8:30 am

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Lake Lanier AssociationA 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the Lake Lanier Association (LLA) seeks to protect the quality, quantity and safety of Lake Lanier through education, action and advocacy. The Lake Lanier Association is a group of 4,000 plus members, all with interests in maintaining a Clean, Full and Safe Lake Lanier. Together, Lake Lanier Association is a powerful group of concerned citizens who get involved with creating solutions for threats to Lake Lanier.770-503-7757 North Georgia Community Foundation Building 615F Oak St, #200 Gainesville, Georgia 30501-8526

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