This past Monday, Sept. 13, we listened to a presentation from Kathy Reed who is the Executive Director of Keep North Fulton Beautiful.
Keep North Fulton Beautiful is an environmental non-profit organization that provides education and conservation programs to the communities of Johns Creek and Sandy Springs. Their mission is to educate and activate our community in the in the beautification and conservation of our environment.
The Sandy Springs Recycling Center processes over 2.5 million pounds of recycled and reused items annually.
They have served our community since its formation as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in 1984. As an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful they share the vision of making our communities cleaner and more beautiful places to live, work and play. Their primary focus areas are litter prevention, beautification, waste reduction, water conservation and environmental education.
Their annual impact is enormous. Each year they engage 24 thousand volunteer hours. They process 2.5 million pounds of recycled and reused items. They also collect 162 thousand pounds of litter and debris.
In the photo from left to right: Nancy Schroeder - President of the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs, Kathy Reed - Executive Director of Keep North Fulton Beautiful
Donations support their programming. The programs include environmental education, Adopt-A-Road and Adopt-A-Stream projects and recycling events.
The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs applauds Kathy Reed for her dedication and perseverance in the ever-growing challenge of keeping North Fulton Beautiful.
More information about Keep North Fulton Beautiful can be found here: https://keepnorthfultonbeautiful.org/
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