KAB In the News – December 2022

STAMFORD, Conn. (December 2022) – Every day, we are tracking articles, stories, and mentions about the efforts of the thousands of staff members and volunteers who make Keep America Beautiful the nation’s leading community improvement organization.

We feel it’s important to gather these where they are easily accessible in one space, to share with our supporters and those interested in knowing more about KAB. We update this page every day.

If you are an affiliate and have a story to add to this list, please email Director of Marketing and Communications, Abby Turpin, at aturpin@kab.org.

December 1:

Keep Oklahoma Beautiful honors OKC Beautiful

Keep Oklahoma Beautiful honors Galvanic Energy

Keep Arkansas Beautiful launches Eats & Clean Streets initiative to reduce littered food packaging

December 2:

Keep Athens Beautiful opens holiday decorating contest

Galvanic Energy receives prestigious Vanguard Award

Jefferson Parish Household Hazardous Materials Collection Event Rescheduled To December 17

December 4:

Water Matters: The Gift of Water

Gastonia Gathers To Celebrate Christmas

December 5:

Tyler Christmas tree recycling to start Dec. 26

Christmas in Olde Jonesborough continues with Santa’s Christmas Village

Here’s a way to ‘treecycle’ your Christmas tree in Georgia

December 6:

‘Tis the season: Weekend events spread holiday cheer

Here’s a way to ‘treecycle’ your Christmas tree in Georgia

2023 Adopt-a-Lake Calendar now available

December 7:

Litter Hawk Youth Award program seeking projects

Días festivos en Nueva Orleans 2022: dónde ver luces navideñas, festivales y desfiles esta temporada

Dumpster Drop program planned Dec. 14-20

Volunteers Remove Litter From Conasauga Watershed For Make A Difference Day

December 8:

Green space on far east side has reduced lead in soil

Marine scientists weigh in on health of Tampa Bay

City Of Suwanee: Christmas Tree Recycling At Sims Lake Park

Elizabethon City Council passes garbage rate increase on first reading

December 9:

Keep Lewisville Beautiful program offers community building through competition

Lighted Christmas Parade Winners Announced

PHOTO GALLERY: H-E-B Feast of Sharing brings community, food

December 10:

Keep St. John Beautiful reflects on 2022 progress

KTMB looking for volunteers for this year’s Christmas Tree Recycling Program

City seeks Keep Bakersfield Beautiful committee members

December 11:

Food bank wins monthly beautification award

December 12:

Keep Natchitoches Beautiful receives Trash Receptacle Grant from Keep Louisiana Beautiful

December 13:

Keep Alachua County Beautiful will hold an urban tree planting

48,538 Pounds Of Litter Removed From Tennessee Roadways During No Trash November

Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful To Hold Adopt A Spot Sign Unveilings On Dec. 14

All counties pitched in for Great Arkansas Cleanup

York County And Keep America Beautiful Offering Litter Stands For Local Businesses

December 14:

A Beautiful Day in Lawrenceville! The cans and cants of recycling

Covington offering pick-up, drop-off for recycling Christmas Trees; non-working lights also wanted

Sustainability

KMB: Plan for the trash that accumulates during holidays

Brunswick tree board discusses Arbor Day plans

Earth and Arts Festival returns in 2023, vendors sought for event

Nonprofit honors Richland County Councilwoman Newton for green efforts

No Trash November removes 48,538 Pounds of Litter from Tennessee Roadways

Criminal Justice students ‘Keep Texas Beautiful’

December 15:

No Trash November sees over 48,000 pounds of litter taken off Tennessee roadways

Warner Robins: First annual Christmas decorating contest winners

December 16:

The Leader News Roundup: Holiday recycling information, Holiday Yard of the Month voting

December 17:

Keep Athens Beautiful names holiday decorating contest winners

December 18:

Bowie starts student leader program

Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District provides tips to stay safe during the holiday season

December 19:

‘Tis the season to recycle: Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful can help throw out the old while ringing in the new

Keep Arkansas Beautiful urges Arkansans to consider recycling and litter prevention practices during the holiday season

Don’t be a litterbug

December 20:

Brewed In Texas & Giving Back To Texas: Yuengling Launches Keep Texas Beautiful Campaign

Cable One Grants Holiday Wishes to Local Nonprofit Organizations with More than $110,000 in Charitable Grants

December 23:

KCCB announces holiday decorating contest winners

Keep Carter County Beautiful thanks volunteers, supporters for great 2022

Grinding of the Greens set for after Christmas

Free Christmas tree recycling option offered

Keep Arkansas Beautiful reflects on successful year

Contact: Abby Turpin, Director of Marketing & Communications
Keep America Beautiful®
aturpin@kab.org