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Chicora Indian Tribe to host volunteer litter cleanup

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - A volunteer litter cleanup will be hosted by the Chicora Indian Tribe of South Carolina with assistance from Horry County Councilman Al Allen, John Nottestad with Mason's Tire Service, and Chris & Jane Ochsenbein with Gator Bait AdventuresTours.

The cleanup will be taking place Saturday, March 7, 2015 from 10 a.m. until noon at 9286 Yauhannah Landing in Conway off Highway 701.

Volunteers are encouraged to wear long sleeves, long pants, boots or leather shoes, some eye protection, and must wear closed-toe shoes to participate. Other items such as trash bags, gloves, and safety vests will be provided. 

Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a custodian.

Following the cleanup there will be hot dogs, chips, cookies, soda and water provided. All public is welcome to participate in this wonderful event to help support a cleaner Horry County.

For more information on this event contact Chief Clyde Strickland: chicorachiefcs@aol.com 843-597-5504

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