Meet Coastal Cleanup Day Site Captain, Johnathon Stone!

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Johnathon captain’n the registration table

Today we introduce Johnathon Stone, one of our awesome site captains for ILACSD’s September 21st Coastal Cleanup Day. Read on to learn more about why Johnathon thinks CCD is such a great event, and why he thinks you should join!

This year, as he has years in the past, Navy service member Johnathon Stone will lead as a CCD site captain.  Stone notes that ILACSD helps San Diegans enjoy a clean environment, and Coastal Cleanup Day is a huge part of this.  It is important to ensure our communities, canyons and beaches are clean and safe for kids and those who use them, he says.  Deciding to be a CCD site captain was an easy decision- Johnathon enjoys recruiting people to volunteer, get outside, and make the environment a better place. For Johnathon and thousands of other volunteers, CCD is a great opportunity to get out and about and help our communities!

Johnathon with his crew at a cleanup

Johnathon with his crew at a cleanup

 

This year, Johnathon’s cleanup site is Fiesta Island. It is centrally located and accessible to volunteers from all around San Diego County. Fiesta Island is a beautiful place and kid friendly; you can get kids to help and bring your dog! This year, Johnathon looks forward to seeing everyone out and about and having a good time while making San Diego County a cleaner, better place.

Join Johnathon at Fiesta Island or any of our other 90+ cleanup sites county-wide. Sign up today; we’ll see ya on September 21st!

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