December 2013
Youth Matters

Spanish Fort HS Students PAL with Troop 8170 for Coastal Cleanup

 
   

Alabama PALS had their Coastal Cleanup and around 275 participants. Alabama PALS Clean Campus Program was proud to have students from Spanish Fort High School participate in the Coastal Cleanup.

Troop 8170, under Troop Leader Vicki Nobles, practiced what they were taught. The girls spent the day picking up litter and trash on the beach. They used PALS bags for the clean-up and received Alabama PALS t-shirts.

LITTER FACT:

People throw trash on the beach. It is then carried into our water and our sea creatures eat the trash thinking it is food. This can cause our creatures to become endangered.

 

The Spanish Fort High School girls are passionate about keeping our environment clean, and are such good role models for all our youth today. They also expressed an interest in "Adopting An Area."

PALS wants to thank Troop 8170 and their troop leader for their dedication in taking care of our Earth. We also want to thank Spanish Fort High School.

If your school is interested in having me come and present an educational PALS Clean Campus Program, please email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. '; document.getElementById('cloak33822').innerHTML += ''+addy_text33822+'<\/a>'; //--> or call 334 224-7594.