The Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professional Group is hosting volunteer opportunities for the betterment and health of the Indian River Lagoon and Port Canaveral’s Locks. They will come together Saturday, April 22 for an oyster restoration activity and again on July 8 for a Lock clean-up in Port Canaveral. Interested young professionals who are not yet members are welcome to attend!
Oyster Reef Building
When: Saturday, April 22 from 8AM- 12PM
Where: Nicol Park, 6660 N Cocoa Blvd, Port St John
When: Saturday, July 8 from 8:30AM – 12PM
Where: 528 Shoreline, West of Locks
There will be a wrap-up party at Rusty’s Seafood & Oyster Bar following the Port Clean-Up.
To register, visit www.CocoaBeachChamber.com and contact the Chamber staff to fill out your participation waiver.
“I am thrilled to take part in this YPG event and to work hand-in-hand with other young professionals with the end goal of bettering the health of our lagoon,” said President & CEO Jennifer Sugarman. “Part of our Chamber’s strategic plan this year is to encourage educational opportunities surrounding our lagoon and promote involvement. I am happy to see our young professionals lead this effort.”
The Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professional Group provides opportunities for Young Professionals in the Cocoa Beach Regional area to engage and get involved in the community through professional development, business networking activities, and community service.
To join the Cocoa Beach Regional YPG for either event or to find out more information on how to join this group, please contact the chamber at (321) 459-2200.