Some things are a MUST DO!
Take 3 Friday Nov 25, at 4.30 pm at Mollymook Beach
Mountain to Sea endurance, December 3
Official launch of the Take 3: Will take place this Friday, November 25, 2016. Come along to this FREE event, hosted by Tim Silverwood, environmentalist and co-founder of Take 3 for the sea and the Take 3 South Coast team. Shoalhaven City Council and Take 3 recently entered into a partnership which is set to put our region on the map for caring for our marine environment and protecting what we love, our beaches. The message is simple ‘TAKE 3 PIECES OF RUBBISH AWAY WITH YOU WHEN YOU VISIT THE BEACH AND YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE’. This family fun afternoon will include a little beach clean up, the official launch of the Take 3 partnership and unveiling of our first Take 3 sign at South Mollymook Beach, followed by the screening of award winning film ‘Clean Bin Project’.
Supper and refreshments will be provided free of charge to attendees. This event has been graciously sponsored by Shoalhaven City Council, Southern Region Waste Program, Milton Ulladulla Ex-Servicemans Club and venue kindly provided by the Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club.
Bring the kids, bring your family, bring your friends along to what will be a fantastic event!!!
Be there for the whole event or just come along and be part of the clean up, the launch or the movie. All welcome!
If unsure then just come along and support our ocean swimmer,
Moni who has put her heart and soul into the future improvement of our area and beaches.
Mountain to Sea Endurance: The purpose for this event is to raise awareness and support for charity, principally Interplast and MUD Kids.
1 – Interplast Australia & New Zealand. We would like to stay committed to Interplast. Not only they provide surgery for the needy, they change lives! If you check out this website and share this with friends, you’ll be in the Raffle to win Beach & Bandits Australia Beach ball. #giveaway #staywildchild. Click on the Interplast web site for more info
2 – MUD Kids is a charity I would love to see as much money raised for this very important charity, along with Interplast. You can follow MUD kids on this link MUD Kids