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shipshape 2018
saturday, may 19 

Help Port Everglades celebrate! We've created a new award category this year in honor of our 90th Anniversary. Get those creative juices flowing and create an imaginative design inspired by this special anniversary.  

Registration for Shipshape will be done through the
Hands On Broward website.

Keep Port Everglades Shipshape is an annual port-wide campaign to encourage recycling and cleanliness. The event also coincides with National Maritime Day, which is a national celebration to honor and recognize the maritime industry and its benefits to our country.

Broward County's Port Everglades invites volunteers of all ages and talents to participate in a community service project to transform recycled petroleum drums into decorative trash and recycling bins that will be used throughout the Port. 

Awards are given for creativity in three age brackets: Children, Teens and Adults.

Check out the fun from Keep Port Everglades Shipshape 2017!

Group photo of winnersPhoto of Shipshape 2017 Teen WinnerPhoto of Shipshape 2017 Adult WinnersPhoto of winnerphoto of little girl painting barrelPhoto of mom and son painting barrel

Photo of a group of teens standing in the barrels they just painted

Photo of women painting a turtle on barrelPhoto of painted barrels

Photo of three girls with painted can featuring John LennonPhoto of young man sitting by his painted barrel

Photo of two girls working on their barrelPhoto of two teens painting Jaws on Barrel

Photo of girl with R2D2 painted barrelPhoto of a little boy painting a barrel

Photo of Mom, Dad and little girl paining barrelPhoto of two little girls paining a barrel

Photo of women with U.S. Coast Guard painted barrelPhoto of winning barrel


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