I will be out there with my Gheenoe. Clean up in the morning and fishing in the afternoon. -------------------------------------- Join Wekiva Island and Keep Seminole Beautiful in over 25 different locations around Seminole County for "Mike Barr Clean Up Day"! Saturday, April 14, 2012 from 9AM-Noon Wekiva Island will be hosting two clean ups beginning at 9AM! We will be cleaning up Miami Springs Drive and also the Wekiva River beginning at 9AM. Wekiva Island provides, safety vests and trash bags for the road Clean Up and canoes, nets, life jackets and paddles for the river Clean Up! All you need to bring is sunscreen, bug spray, water to drink, gloves and your Mike Barr Spirit! (Closed toe shoes suggested for road clean up). VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED FOR THIS TERRIFIC EFFORT! Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend! Wekiva River from Wekiva Island, 1014 Miami Springs Drive, Longwood, FL 32779 The Keep Seminole Beautiful founder, Mike Barr passed away on February 7, 2012. In the years since Mike founded KSB, the organization pulled tons of debris from Seminole County waterways, yanked hundreds of non-native plants from the paths of local parks, and forged several coalitions to fight collectively for Central Florida's natural places. Mike has been recognized as one Seminole County's most dedicated volunteer citizens given his many years of service and effectiveness of his efforts.