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We all love to visit the beach and take in the humbling experience of staring into the ocean’s vastness as it touches the sky before vanishing beyond the horizon. A quite breezy evening on the beach is a perfect destination for a peaceful walk, with the soft sand beneath your toes. But what happens when this beautiful place is filled with glass bottles and other rotting garbage? Do you still experience the serenity you came for? While many of us come to the beach to relax, there are others who visit the beach to make it a relaxing spot for everyone else, people like Virginie and her team of volunteers. Virginie was born in Belgium and had lived there throughout her childhood, before moving to many countries throughout her adult years. Virginie lives in Chennai now, along the East Coast Road. She has organized several beach cleans ups throughout the…

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