Eco-enthusuasts clean Nevis shores

To mark this year’s International Coastal Clean Up Day (ICC), for the fifth year
in a row, the Four Seasons Resort Nevis’ own Director of Sports, MacKee
France, assembled a voluntary team to clean up various sectors of selected
beaches. This year, 55 staff members and family came out and took part in
this most rewarding event.  And overall, nearly 300 people participated in
the clean up island wide.  It is always a pleasurable day for Four Seasons
staff and family, that concludes with a grand barbecue on Oaulie Beach.

The group is divided into teams in order to effectively “divide and
conquer” the beaches of Nevis.  The beaches are sectioned off in the
following manner:

á    Pinney’s Beach from Golden Rock Beach House to Pinney’s Beach

á    Mango to Paradise Beach, and

á    Herbert’s Beach.

The Resort also has a dive team strongly supported by Wincent Perkins,
Watersports and Marine to help with the clean up of the sea floor.  All
the essentials are certainly provided by the resort, including gloves,
trash bags, rakes, shovels, and of course refreshing drinks for brief
breaks. Alan Bakos, Director of Resort Grounds & Golf Course Maintenance,
along with some of his team members assisted with the tractor trailer to
collect the trash.
Keeping up with tradition, the Four Seasons hosted a “beachnic” at Sunset
Bar & Grill, also known as Callalloo, run by Abdue Hill.  Volunteers
rewarded themselves with Four Seasons burgers and hot dogs, chicken,
macaroni pie, rice, salad, veggie dishes, and cookies. Live music was
provided by the Eclectic Band, with twelve-year-old Rojan Claxton (son of
Mauricia Claxton, the Resort’s Pro Shop attendant) on the steel pan.

“It was a true pleasure to see Sonia Williams from Room Service
judiciously flipping burgers on the grill.” says MacKee.  “As for myself,
I was having a blast in my attempts to honour dozens of simultaneous food