Save The Bay

Volunteers at a previous Save The Bay cleanup. 

PROVIDENCE – As Save The Bay resumes its annual role as organizer of the state’s participation in the International Coastal Cleanup effort, the nonprofit organization will be holding a cleanup leader training session this weekend as a way to seek assistance from residents across the state. 

Save The Bay’s community cleanup leader training will take place this Saturday, August 17 from 2 to 4 p.m. at 100 Save The Bay Drive in Providence. Those interested in the training session can sign up online at Individuals interested in participating in an International Coastal Cleanup can explore opportunities and register at

For more information about the International Coastal Cleanup, visit

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