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Cleaning up Copper Canyon After the Holiday

Cleaning up Copper Canyon After the Holiday
/ 26 May 2015 / 2 Comments » Comments

Lake Havasu Divers Association held the 5th Annual Underwater Copper Canyon Cleanup on Tuesday.  US Coast Guard Auxiliary closed the area from 7 am – 11am so that divers from the Lake Havasu Divers Association could dive Copper Canyon for trash. Nineteen divers with help from land volunteers from the Sea Scouts collected nine 55 gallon trash bags worth of bottles and cans. Most interesting finds: iPhone6, a window, rubberized floor mat, an air mattress pump, many left or right shoes and sunglasses. Many thanks to the

Many thanks to the Donut Post, Scuba Training & Technology, Lake Havasu Marina, BLM, San Bernardino and Mohave County Sheriff Departments. Without local support these volunteer events would not be possible.  The Lake Havasu Divers Association will hold the 8th Annual “Under the London Bridge” Bridgewater Channel Underwater Cleanup October 17, 7-11 am.  For more information: Scuba Training & Technology 928-855-9400 or Lake Havasu Divers Association on Facebook.

Sea Scout Joey Kasper taking trash bag from Nathan Adler, with divers John and Michele Butler.

Sea Scout Joey Kasper taking trash bag from Nathan Adler, with divers John and Michele Butler. Photo by Kathy Weydig.

Sea Scout Joey Kasper throws catch bag back to SBSD Deputy Tyler Bengard and MCSO Deputy Kyler Cox, with SBSD Deputy Mark McKay and Corp. Nick Caronna.

Sea Scout Joey Kasper throws catch bag back to SBSD Deputy Tyler Bengard and MCSO Deputy Kyler Cox, with SBSD Deputy Mark McKay and Corp. Nick Caronna. Photo by Kathy Weydig.

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2 Responses to “Cleaning up Copper Canyon After the Holiday”

  1. Julie Tracy says:

    Love the pics and great job everyone 🙂

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