As part of Kiwanis’ global One Day initiative, St. George’s Kiwanis Club in partnership with Keep Bermuda Beautiful conducted a cleanup on Cooper Island.
A spokesperson said, “One of Bermuda’s most picturesque parks has been the target of an invasion over the weekend, but without the need to call in the Bermuda Police, Royal Bermuda Regiment Coast Guard or other security forces. did.
“The weekend intruders have one thing in common: they were all members or friends of the St. George’s Kiwanis club. participated in the worldwide Kiwanis “One Day,” which chronicles millions of hours of community service.
Kiwanis St. George’s President Kayna Rollins and daughter Ameina Soares
“Kiwanis St. George, led by new president Kayna Rollins, her group of eight cleaned up parts of the park and the easternmost beach. Placed and removed.
“For the second time in the past two years, Kiwanis St. George has partnered with fellow charity Keep Bermuda Beautiful. [KBB] for this venture. KBB provided volunteers with gloves, grippers and bags to collect the debris.
“The main purpose of Kiwanis clubs is to ‘serve the children of the world,’ and as one former club president put it, ‘Children need and deserve a safe, clean playground. ”. Kiwanis’ “One Day” project.
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