Magazine article Parks & Recreation

Not Your Normal Beach Trip

Magazine article Parks & Recreation

Not Your Normal Beach Trip

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Armed Forces Recreation Society

Gloves and trash bags recently filled 21 Services Squadron volunteers' beach baskets during the 16th annual Coastal Cleanup. The volunteers split into two teams to comb six miles of north and south Bowers Beach and collected 45 bags of litter in two and a half hours.

According to Master Sgt. Rokosz, 436th Services Squadron first sergeant, the cleanup is a tradition for the Dover Services Team. "In the past four years, we appointed a Services' member to organize and recruit participants for the annual coastal cleanup project," he says.

"We became involved in the cleanup project in 1999, while looking for a worthwhile team-building event away from the workplace," says NRPA member Kevin Small,

a 46th Services Squadron deputy. Getting together as a team not only brings members of the Services Squadron closer, but also benefits the community and environment. "This is just another example of the Services team pulling together to better serve our community, whether on-base or off," says Maj. …

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