Clean-up aims to keep Broward beach ‘barefoot friendly’

The Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue is coming to Dania Beach on July 6 in an effort to help keep the sands and surf of Broward County “barefoot friendly.”

The Beach Rescue Project, now in its seventh year, is hosting 15 such events throughout the United States, organized by the California-based Barefoot Wines company and the Surfrider Foundation, a nonprofit organization “dedicated to protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves and beaches.”

Participants are encouraged to be at the Dania Beach Pier at 10 a.m. for two hours of beach cleanup, followed by a celebration for those 21 and older at Jimbo’s Sandbar.

Volunteers are asked to RSVP for the free event at

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