Our Annual Beach Clean Up is at Rye Playland this year.
Scuba divers from around the New York tri-state area converge for their fifth year in a row, to participate in an underwater cleanup along our beloved Long Island Sound Shore. This year´s destinations are the beaches located in Rye, and historic Playland.
In addition to the underwater cleanup, volunteers will be performing cleanups at Rye Town Park Beach, Oakland Beach, and Edith G. Macy Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Scuba Sports Club of Westchester County and Captain Mike´s Diving Services on City Island, are moving the Northeast Divers Unite spring beach cleanup to Westchester this year. The Rye, and Playland Cleanup will be open to the public and (certified) scuba divers.
Help Remove Excess Debris From Long Island Sound Shores
Contribute to a cleaner New York, by joining The Scuba Sports Club TSSC in their continuing efforts to rid the Long Island Sound of debris, and man–made waste. Afterwards celebrate your efforts at the get–together to follow the cleanup! All–day event opens to the public. Collect three pounds of trash at the beach cleanup, and gain entry to the barbecue. Be sure to bring your favorite beverages, grilling recipes and any supplies you need for barbecuing.
You can help us make this event a great success!
Like last year, we will have divers in the water as well as clean–up crews along the shore, on the beach and in the grassy areas. You do not need to be a scuba diver to participate! Bring your families and friends, we need as many volunteers as possible, as the area is extensive. We are hoping to collect more trash than ever before, and to accomplish this, we need your support!
Please share the event information with anyone you think may want to attend!
Location: Rye Playland has public beaches in Westchester County. They are located close to I95. Coordinates: +40° 57' 49.4958", -73° 40' 34.3884