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Show Up For Our Coast Saturday May 20th

On Saturday, May 20th at noon, people all around the world will be coming together for Hands Across the Sand. At these events, people will join hands for 15 minutes to show opposition to offshore drilling and seismic blasting.

 

Can you make it to one of these events near you?

  • Surf City, Main Crossover
  • North Topsail Beach, Onslow County Beach Access #2
  • Carolina Beach, Boardwalk at Harper Avenue

 

If you can make it to one, please reply to this email (molly@ncconservationnetwork.org) so we know how many people to expect at each event.

 

It is especially important that we stand together since the Trump Administration recently announced plans to pursue offshore drilling. I hope you join your friends and neighbors to make a statement!

 

For our coast,

 

Molly
 


Molly McKinley
NC Conservation Network
19 E. Martin St. Suite 300
Raleigh, NC 27601
molly@ncconservationnetwork.org

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