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Club Fundraises For Rubbish Bins to Keep Beach Clean

The Rotaract Club of Nadi Horizons is fundraising to buy rubbish bins for Wailoaloa Beach in Nadi. This is in an effort to help keep the beach area clean. The
30 Mar 2017 15:00
Club Fundraises For Rubbish Bins to Keep Beach Clean
Members of the Rotaract Club of Nadi Horizons during their clean-up project at Wailoaloa Beach in Nadi last week.

The Rotaract Club of Nadi Horizons is fundraising to buy rubbish bins for Wailoaloa Beach in Nadi. This is in an effort to help keep the beach area clean.

The group also conducted its clean-up project last Saturday.

Club secretary Priya Prasad said: “We had a good outing. We found people to be dropping items around carelessly, so at the moment, we are looking at things that could be done around our community.

“So we have decided to provide rubbish bins along the Wailoaloa Beach so that people can easily place their rubbish in bin so that the place remains clean and usable to all,” Ms Prasad said.

“The Rotaract Club of Nadi New Horizons had done one clean-up project at Wailoaloa beach which was held this last week from 7am till 11am.

“We began our clean-up from the beach entrance. We continued our project despite of few drizzles.”

The group was also sponsored by BSP Life with t-shirts, caps and garbage bags.

“We normally do a major project for the year and keep doing minor projects throughout the year,” Ms Prasad said.

She also said the group had done projects like the refurbishing of Nadi Dental Clinic, a Cyclone Winston Project where they distributed resources and school bagpacks to cyclone victims.

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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