America Recycles Day

-November 15

Keep America Beautiful has created materials for event organizers like you to promote recycling awareness, commitment and action in your community.  In addition to a downloadable “Go-to-Guide” to make it easy for you to organize a local event to get the word out, also available are free America Recycles Day banners, bookmarks, buttons, pencils, pledge cards and posters on a first-registered, first serve basis.  To set up an account and register your America Recycles Day 2011 event go to: America Recycles Day.   After setting up your account, hit the register button and you will be taken to the registration site: Register Here! Thank you for your efforts to engage your community and increase recycling! Share this with your friends, co-workers, PTA, civic associations, etc—let’s make this the largest ever ARD in history!!!

2008 Earth Day! Keep Atlanta Beautiful

Keep Atlanta Beautiful’s Greener Atlanta Initiative, in partnership with the City of Atlanta and Atlanta’s Beltline, is preparing for their 2008 Earth Day celebration to include cleanups, e-waste recycling, tire roundups, educational events and entertainment.  There will be two full days of activities, April 19th at the Zoo and April 26th at Glenwood Park with E-Waste Recycling at Turner Field.  Neighborhood cleanups and tire roundups will go on the entire month of April!
 
Please go to the website www.keepatlantabeautiful.org and register your neighborhood cleanup, or to volunteer to help in a neighborhood cleanup or tire roundup.  At the website, you may also volunteer for one of the committees working to put on the events. Register your neighborhood now for a cleanup and plan to stop by the Atlanta Community Tool Bank on April 4th to pick up cleanup supplies.
 
Read about all the activities taking place during the two Earth Day Events and mark your calendars!  We hope to see you there. 
 
If you have any questions, please call:

Peggy Denby, Executive Director
Keep Atlanta Beautiful 404 249 5853
www.keepatlantabeautiful.org

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