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See smaller Kelsey Taylor, 11, and Danielle Garbinski, 10, hold up a trap found during the Coastal Cleanup at Tigertail Beach on Saturday. The two were among 12 members of Girl Scout Troop 389 who came out to help with the cleanup.

Photo by LANCE SHEARER, Special to the Eagle

Kelsey Taylor, 11, and Danielle Garbinski, 10, hold up a trap found during the Coastal Cleanup at Tigertail Beach on Saturday. The two were among 12 members of Girl Scout Troop 389 who came out to help with the cleanup.

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  • Kelsey Taylor, 11, and Danielle Garbinski, 10, hold up a trap found during the Coastal Cleanup at Tigertail Beach on Saturday. The two were among 12 members of Girl Scout Troop 389 who came out to help with the cleanup.
  • Alycemae Townsend holds up the sign warning of dangerous currents she found lying in the sand during the Coastal Cleanup at Tigertail Beach on Saturday. She was one of the last volunteers to come back, helping to pick up 20 garbage bags full of litter.
  • Volunteer Marty Roddy displays a piece of debris he picked up during Coastal Cleanup at Tigertail Beach on Saturday. He surmises it was part of a 28 ft. sailboat that sank in the area.
  • Some of the 214 cigarette butts picked up by volunteers at Tigertail Beach. As usual, cigarette smokers were the greatest “contributors” to the cleanup effort.

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