Winners announced for Keep Meriwether Beautiful's Spring 2018 Great American Cleanup
May 1, 2018
These Manchester Middle School Service Club members received an award from Keep Meriwether Beautiful for having 15 students participate in the KMB Great American Cleanup Day in April. Jessica Harman, Service Club Coordinator and teacher at MMS stated the students enjoyed cleaning up around the school and learned the importance of keeping our streets and yards litter free.
Jane Fryer, Director of Keep Meriwether Beautiful, presented the school with a “Thank you for not littering” sign to be placed on or near the school property. They also received a Certificate of Appreciation and stadium blankets for each of the students.
The winners of the Most Bags of Trash picked up during the Great American Cleanup held on April 21, 2018 were: The Hadley Family with 44 bags of trash and the City of Greenville with 37 bags picked up. Pictured is Beth Hadley, Meriwether County Commissioner, right, accepting her certificate and gifts from Chairman of Keep Meriwether Beautiful, Carla Snider, center, and Jane Fryer, Director of the program. In the other photo, Charlene Glover, Mayor of Greenville, center, accepts her award and gifts from Carla Snider, Chairman of Keep Meriwether Beautiful, left, and Jane Fryer, Director.
Winners of the Most Volunteers on a team were the Zion Hill Baptist Men’s Ministry with 18 team members and Manchester Middle School Service Club with 15 team members.
Awards were presented at the Meeting of Keep Meriwether Beautiful.
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