In this file photo, Israel Bejar, right, picks up trash with his wife Carla and children Faith, 8, and Israel, 10, at Coligny Beach on Hilton Head Island. The family and other volunteers were part of Beach Sweep, a community-wide event to clear debris from beaches, rivers, lakes, marshes and swamps. Debris collected will be used by the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium to learn more about the sources of litter.
In this file photo, Israel Bejar, right, picks up trash with his wife Carla and children Faith, 8, and Israel, 10, at Coligny Beach on Hilton Head Island. The family and other volunteers were part of Beach Sweep, a community-wide event to clear debris from beaches, rivers, lakes, marshes and swamps. Debris collected will be used by the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium to learn more about the sources of litter. SARAH WELLIVER/ The Island Packet
In this file photo, Israel Bejar, right, picks up trash with his wife Carla and children Faith, 8, and Israel, 10, at Coligny Beach on Hilton Head Island. The family and other volunteers were part of Beach Sweep, a community-wide event to clear debris from beaches, rivers, lakes, marshes and swamps. Debris collected will be used by the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium to learn more about the sources of litter. SARAH WELLIVER/ The Island Packet

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