BAY AREA DIVERS
The cost is $8 per person, this gets you on the team and a custom BAD T-shirt! You have to be a member of Bay Area Divers to participate but we are running the ‘Divers Market Special’ which is if you pay for a 1 year membership, ($15 individual - $20 family) then you get the rest of 2008 free and your dues go towards your 2009 membership.
Why wait? If you would like to brush up on your diving skills, practice diving in the shortest river in Texas, enjoy the underwater view or just need to get wet, New Braunfels just can't be beat. Pass this on to both your diving and non-diving friends. Divers get wet and everyone else can help out.
For information, contact the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce at 800-572-2626
For information on the Comal River visit http://www.exploreuw.com/sc04004.htm
This is a TEXAS GULF COAST COUNCIL OF DIVE CLUBS event
Presented by the Texas Gulf Coast Council of Dive Clubs, City of New Braunfels, New Braunfels Parks & Recreation Department
OCTOBER 4, 2008 New Braunfels, Texas
for fun, the council gathers once a year in scenic New Braunfels to clean
the crystal clear Comal River after a season of tubers have
"lost" literally tons of trash. You can be proud that this is
one of the oldest environmental clean up campaigns in the nation --- we
taught the rest of 'em how to do it, Texas style!
wait? If you would like to brush up on your diving skills, practice diving
in the shortest river in Texas, enjoy the underwater view or just need to
get wet, New Braunfels just can't be beat. Be sure to wear your Trashfest
T-shirt, and it wouldn't hurt if you pass this on to both your diving and
TrashFest 2008 is coming up on
TrashFest 2008 Your Entry Fee includes your eligibility to participate
in the clean-up and a chance of winning a coveted SUPER SCOOPER T-shirt (these
can only be won), a fabulous B-B-Q dinner with beverages and a door prize
ticket for a chance to win one of the numerous prizes. You need not be a
diver to participate, and kids are welcome to join in.
Registration and Dinner will
be held at the Comal County Fairgrounds, 701 E. Common St.
Team Requirements: Up to eight (8) people, no more than six (6)
divers in the water (divers must present C-Card) and two (2) non-divers to act as
grounds crew. Teams must provide their own trash receptacles (mesh or
plastic bags). All entrants will be assigned to a team if they do not
already have a full team. Winning “Super Scooper” t-shirts will be
awarded to first, second and third place teams.
Everything collected must come out of the Comal River during
the hours of competition. The grounds crews primary responsibility is to
assist divers, but they may collect trash from along the river bank.
Category of Entries:
You may enter by weight or item, but not both. Teams must
choose at the weigh-in station which category they wish to enter.
Any un-sportsmanlike conduct will result in disqualification. The decision
of the judges is final.
Multiple teams (up to three
(3) teams, with a maximum of 24 people) may elect to draw one area of the
river as a group:
Getting to TrashFest
from Houston: Exit
I-10 at Seguin on Hwy 46 North. Stay on Hwy 46 North under I-35 (becomes
Loop 337). Take Loop 337 to Common Street, then left. Registration will be
held at the Comal County Fairgrounds on Common Street (on the right).
Registration and Awards Ceremony to be held at Comal County Fairgrounds. Trash collection to be held at Prince Solms Park, located at the end of East Common Street.
Map to Trashfest in
New Braunfels, TX 78130
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