Bay area Divers won most cans collected in 2006 and it was a
record for most cans ever collected. In 2007, we want to do even
better. Jim Delane is putting together BAD teams for TrashFest.
So far, it looks like we will field at least 2 teams. We also
help out with serving the food in the dinner line - a BAD
tradition. Join the fun!!
Contact Jim if you are interested in being on a BAD sponsored
team for details and costs.
|Ja Van Pruett
note: team configurations may change
Just 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!
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
or online at
For information on the Comal River visit
Schedule of Activities
8:00 - 10:00 AM Registration at Comal County Fairgrounds
10:00 - 10:45 AM Contestants Meeting
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Diving in assigned areas of the Comal River
1:00 - 3:00 PM Diving in any part of the Comal River
3:00 PM All Trash Due at Check-In Site (Prince Solms Park)
5:00 - 8:00 PM Dinner and Awarding of Door Prizes and Super
Entry Fee: $15/Person, Team of 8 - $100