FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI - 216-635-3263 -or-
ERIC BARNETT - 216-635-7014
The weather is warming up and swimming season is just around the
corner. Start the warmer seasons off right and help with
research and volunteer work to keep Huntington Beach clean and safe
In partnership with Alliance for the Great Lakes, Cleveland
Metroparks is participating in the �Adopt-a-Beach� program.
The program's purpose is to conduct litter removal and test and
monitor the water quality of Lake Erie from specific locations,
including Huntington Beach of Cleveland Metroparks Huntington
The first �Adopt-A-Beach� program of the year is Saturday, April
28 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Huntington Beach in Bay Village. Adults
and families can join the Aquatics Division and Naturalist Min
Keung to see how data is gathered for water quality and help with a
beach survey for Alliance for the Great Lakes.
The �Adopt-a-Beach� program is open to schools, families,
businesses, and community groups.
Volunteers work with Alliance for the Great Lakes, log the
information gathered into an online database, and use data for
pollution prevention and educational purposes.
Registration is required. Space is limited. Waivers must be
For more information and to register for the �Adopt-A-Beach�
program at Huntington Beach, call
Huntington Beach is located off Lake Road in Huntington
Reservation, between Crocker-Bassett and Columbia roads in Bay
Take an active role and keep Huntington Beach beautiful through
the �Adopt-a-Beach� program with Cleveland Metroparks -
part of your life, naturally.