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Friday, June 25, 2010

Hands Across the Sand in Flagler Beach, FL

What are you doing between 11 AM and 12:30 PM on Saturday, June 26th? 

How about heading to Flagler Beach to help make a statement? 

"Hands Across the Sand" --a movement started in Florida in February 2010, now turned into a national and global movement, for protection of our coastal economies, oceans, marine wildlife, and fishing industry. 

Here is how you can participate in this wonderful event:

STEP 1: Go to Flagler Beach at 11 AM for one hour, rain or shine.

STEP 2: Join hands for 15 minutes at 12:00 noon, forming lines
                  in the sand against oil drilling in our coastal waters.

STEP 3: Leave only your footprints.

Aside from Flagler Beach, a similar event will also be held in Marineland, at the Washington Oaks Gardens State Park. Participation in the event is also available in the neighboring counties and elsewhere in Florida, as well as in other states and select international locations.  Click on the map icon to locate the Hands Across the Sand event in your city.

In Volusia County, you can chose to go to one of the following locations:

- Granada Blvd. in Ormond Beach
- Main Street Pier in Daytona Beach
- Winterhaven Park in Ponce Inlet

In St. John's County, the event will be held at the following locations:

- Crescent Beach in St. Augustine
- St. Augustine Beach
- Villano Beach in St. Augustine

Here is a video from the past February event:

See you in Flagler Beach!

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