Volunteers picked up more than 2,000 pounds of trash on Palm Coast and Flagler County waterways Sept. 8.
A broken wheelbarrow, cassette tape, plastic action figure, hubcap, bicycles and sign post were among the items found at the 2018 Intracoastal Waterway Cleanup, an annual effort that resulted in a ton (2,053 pounds, to be exact) of trash collected from Palm Coast and Flagler County waterways.
The Most Unique Find award was giving to Girl Scouts Troop 2022, for finding a bowling ball. Troop leader Karolina Guilcapi posed for a photo with members of the troop: Gabriella Guilcapi, Ava Hodges, Magdalena Frohlich, Makenzie Henson, Mayley Henson, Alivia Hodges, Sofia Guilcapi, Olivia Krontz, Jill Prime and Joy Prime
City of Palm Coast staff pictured, from left: City Administration Coordinator Denise Bevan, Planner Damaris Ramirez, Environmental Specialist Garann Hopkins, Customer Service Representative Michelle McPartland, Purchasing Coordinator Kelly Little-Downey, Environmental Planning Technician Jordan Myers, Landscape Architect Beth Dawson and little helper, Finn, staffed the cleanup, checking in participants as they returned with bags of garbage and staffing educational tables.