KCB had a good trash day and one boat with Captain Mary Ann Simms at the helm found a floating safe that was retrived and brought back. The police were called to check the safe for identification with no luck. All marking had been removed. Volunteers also picked up debris at Delnor Wiggins Pass, Vanderbilt Beach, Lowdermilk Park, the Naples Pier, Clam Pass Park, Rookery Bay, Tiger Tail Beach, 951 Golden Gate Canal, Isle of Capri, Barefoot Beach, Naples Bay, and Gulf Shores Marina on Saturday morning as part of a coastal cleanup put together by Keep Collier Beautiful. Photo by Jim Zimmerman

KCB had a good trash day and one boat with Captain Mary Ann Simms at the helm found a floating safe that was retrived and brought back. The police were called to check the safe for identification with no luck. All marking had been removed. Volunteers also picked up debris at Delnor Wiggins Pass, Vanderbilt Beach, Lowdermilk Park, the Naples Pier, Clam Pass Park, Rookery Bay, Tiger Tail Beach, 951 Golden Gate Canal, Isle of Capri, Barefoot Beach, Naples Bay, and Gulf Shores Marina on Saturday morning as part of a coastal cleanup put together by Keep Collier Beautiful. Photo by Jim Zimmerman

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