Martha’s Vineyard Beach Clean-Up: Point B Realty Team Cleans The Edgartown Lighthouse Beach

Point B Realty Beach Team Cleans Up Lighthouse Beach On Edgartown Harbor

The Point B Beach Clean-Up Team grew to 29-strong this year — our biggest beach team yet — for the annual Martha’s Vineyard Beach Clean-up. The 24th annual Earth Day event organized by the Vineyard Conservation Society, targeted 25 beaches across Martha’s Vineyard.

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The large Point B Team was easily spotted by their colorful clean-up jerseys, as the group spread out across Lighthouse Beach and parts of nearby Fuller Street Beach, both on Edgartown Harbor.

Point B Agents Jen O'Hanlon & Julia Smith With Their Junior Helpers Cleaning The Shores Of Edgartown Harbor

Though the temperatures were a little chilly, spirits were warmed by the sunny, blue skies.

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With the picturesque backdrop of Edgartown Harbor and Nantucket Sound, it was easy to stay motivated, and be reminded of the incredible natural beauty of the Island — and why keeping it clean and pristine is important for the shared use by both people and wildlife.

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The Martha’s Vineyard Beach Clean-Up has become a fun family affair for Point B. Large and small, this family-friendly environmental event combines teachable moments with team building, and volunteering for the community we all love, and live-in.

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We’d like to thank our Point B staff, their families and friends: Jen O’Hanlon and Grace; Guinevere Cramer, Anderson and Charly; Sheylah Callen and Hugo; Julia Smith and Hailey, Mya, and Hudson; Allison Savva and Brynn and Asher; Kathy and Steve Pogue, Molly, Paige and Spencer; Kristin Buck and Brian Smith and Alice;  Erin Leighton; Kseniia Goggins; Lang Clark; Trish Lyman; Wendy Harman and Win Baker.

The Point B Clean-Up Team Fills 5 Bags of Beach Trash At Lighthouse Beach Edgartown

Volunteers small and large, getting ready to haul out five bags of trash picked up by the Point B Beach Clean-Up team.

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