ENGLEWOOD — The cleanup effort Saturday at Cedar Point Environmental Park didn’t yield a lot of trash, but some volunteers did pick up a little treasure.
Every year volunteers meet at the park to take part in the 2012 International Coastal Cleanup, organized by the Ocean Conservancy. Volunteers say some years the Cedar Point sweep yields everything from tires to household garbage. Saturday morning, while volunteers Bob Woodward and Bill McSharry combed the mangroves for more parts to the ancient washing machine they were collecting from the shoreline, they discovered a small glass bottle.
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