KPB REPAIRED THE WALKWAY AT LEE NEWTON PARK

Keep Pickens Beautiful would like to “say thank you” to the two KPB board members that donated their time to make the repairs on the walkway at the Chamber in Lee Newton Park.  A special thanks to Brad Stevens at South Scape for donating the gravel necessary to fill in the walkway.  It was a big job but with helping hands it has been completed.

You can learn about Keep Pickens Beautiful by visiting our web page at www.keeppicknesbeautiful.org, or contact us at 706-253-3600, leave a message and someone will return your call as soon as possible.

Stan Barnett

Stanley Barnett born December 4, 1934 passed peacefully on January 13, 2020.  Stan, as he was affectionately known by his family, was a quiet man of service. He was kind, compassionate and wise man, who loved life and loved bringing joy to others.
Stan served his Lord and community here in Jasper for over 20 years.  Stan was a board member with Keep Pickens Beautiful for 20 years, where he served many rolls, gave wise council and was willing to help where needed. We are very grateful to him, he will be missed.
Stan started a branch of Habitat for Humanity to Pickens County.  To make affordable housing for those who otherwise could not afford a home of their own. Stan served there with HFH for over 20 years.
Stan taught Sunday School, had a Bible study group at a local retirement home and volunteered at the Community Thrift store for years.
He was awarded the Citizen of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce in 2011.
Stan will be missed by our whole community for his generous and loving spirit.
Keep Pickens Beautiful Board of Directors

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.

Doris Wigington City Park Extension

Keep Pickens Beautiful has been working in the City park extension located off Lumber Company Road. KPB has purchased a Cabana (pictured) and done grounds work around the building. New recycle and trash containers have been put in place for the convenience of those who wish to have a picnic in the park.

The park is located at the trail head of a walking path that is a loop about 2 ½ miles long. It is scenic and very lovely peaceful place, until the local train passes through. Take a picnic lunch and check it out.

If you would like to join KPB and help keep our county clean and beautiful, call our office at 706-253-3600, or visit our web page at www.keeppickensbeautiful.org, for more information.

KPB is celebrating 30 years of Keeping Pickens Beautiful.