MANITOWOC - Volunteers need your help to clean-up beaches along Lake Michigan!
FOX 11's Emily Deem spent Monday morning in Manitowoc to learn more about the event.
The clean-up is set for April, 20.
The Friends of the Manitowoc River Watershed will clean-up beaches at 11 different sites.
People interested in participating should contact Wendy Lutzke toll free at 866-724-2356 x 115, or Kim Kettner at 920-242-1993 to register.
Click on the video to the left for Emily's Good Day Wisconsin lives.
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