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North Carolina Helps to Clean Up Our Coast

[EasyDNNnewsLocalizedText:Author]: Audrey Earnhardt/Wednesday, February 1, 2017/[EasyDNNnewsLocalizedText:Categories]: [EasyDNNnews:Categories]

After spending our Saturday learning about the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, the North Carolina Chapter of Alpha Zeta on Sunday travelled to the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge to participate in a service project picking up trash along the road and on the beach. This was a nice change of scenery from our usual location for Adopt-A-Highway back in Raleigh. It was enjoyable to be able to see and listen to the ocean while we cleaned up the surrounding habitat and community. This trip was a wonderful opportunity to spend quality time with our fellow brothers and to be able to make a difference by cleaning up the habitat and community.    

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