KAB In the News – October 2022

by | Sep 30, 2022

STAMFORD, Conn. (October 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 Communications, Abby Turpin, at aturpin@kab.org.

October 1:

Hallo-Clean with Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful

October 2:

Catch the First Glimpse of Fall at Desert Ridge Marketplace

Small Businesses Join Together to Clean up Midtown Reno

Applications Open For 2023 Keep Maryland Beautiful Grants

October 3:

Local history: House of LaRose patriarch was Akron’s king of beers

Bossier Schools and United Way Team Up to Make a Difference

KTMB and The Bin Trash Spa help clean-up Midtown Reno

Litter prevention and enforcement leaders honored

October 4:

Volunteers needed for Saturday Rivers Alive cleanup

Students learn environmental issues at fair

Recycling Plastic Into Unique and Useful Creations

Suffolk planning and community development is hosting a cleanup event

Fun with Otto the Otter at area library

Suffolk hosting ‘Halloween Cleanup’ event to scare away litter

Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful celebrates year of growth

Keep Carter County Beautiful praises changes in state litter law

October 5:

Adopt-A-Pet earns City beautification award

Composting, landfill fee increases and Leif Erickson

Fort Worth launches litter control campaign for cleaner, safer city

Volunteers ‘Love Our Lake’ with cleanup

Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful spearheads 18th annual Flint River cleanup

Adopt-A-Pet earns Keep Victoria Beautiful’s beautification award

WATCH: ‘Keep Odessa Beautiful’ by taking trash off the ground and onto the runway

October 6:

New Keep America Beautiful CEO visits Keep Nebraska Beautiful conference in NC

Toss No Mass citywide cleanup is Oct. 8

Keep Midland Beautiful encourages community members to join Fall Sweep cleanup

Lakeside neighborhood cleanup planned by Planning and Community Development

October 7:



Contact: Abby Turpin, Director of Communications
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