CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING EVENT

“BRING ONE FOR THE CHIPPER 2020”
CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING EVENT

“BRING ONE FOR THE CHIPPER 2020”
CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING EVENTWHEN:  Saturday, January 4, 2020, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 WHAT:  Area residents will go green and drop off Christmas trees to be chipped into mulch or used as a wildlife habitat. The event educates the public on recycling and environmental conservation.  It also allows communities to put discarded Christmas trees to good use.  The program has been a holiday tradition in Georgia for 29 years and is the largest tree recycling program in the nation.

WHERE: Your old tree will be reused as mulch or wildlife habitat. Drop off your undecorated Christmas tree for recycling at the Park’n Ride across from the Pickens County Chamber of Commerce Building in Newton Park  500 Veterans “BRING ONE FOR THE CHIPPER 2020”
CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING EVENTMemorial Blvd. (500 Stegall Street).

Pickens County residents recycled 118 Christmas trees in 2019, diverting them from landfills, and chipping them up into useful mulch. In this day of artificial Christmas trees, that’s not bad. Let’s see if we can do better in 2020 and set a new record.

For more information call KPB at 705-253-3600 or email us at keeppickensbeautiful@gmail.com, The office is open Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 until 2:00, leave a message and we will return your phone call.

Keep Pickens Beautiful – PO Box 342 – Jasper, Georgia  30143

Phone  (706) 253-3600   www.KeepPickensBeautiful.org

Green thumb Award

Left to right: Levy Rentz, Peggy Petty and Mary Ann Rentz

Keep Pickens Beautiful awards the Green Thumb Award to Peggy Petty for the beautiful gardens, pathways and pond. Ms. Peggy maintains her unusual landscaping and gardens on her 2 acre plot.

The vegetable garden shows the functionality of the land. Ms. Petty attributes this beautifully landscaped property to her late husband, Kenneth Petty.  Ms. Petty was born and raised right here at Grandview Lake and enjoys maintaining her 2 acres of heaven.  If you would like to nominate someone for the Green Thumb Award, contact our office at 706-253-3600.

KEEP PICKENS BEAUTIFUL CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF KEEPING OUR COUNTY BEAUTIFUL

KPB would like to say “thank you” to all those who attended our picnic, at the Chamber.  Without volunteers and members, KPB could not continue to continue the work of keeping our county clean.  Our Adopt A Road Program continues to grow, along with many beautification projects. Recycling, Green Ribbon and Green Thumb also part of our programs continuing to work at keeping our county beautiful.

You can become a part of our many programs by volunteering to help in an area that might interest you, or join our board of directors.  For more information call 706-253-3600 or visit our website at keeppickensbeautiful.org.