Tuesday, January 21, 2020

KCCB litter pickup postponed
Keep Cocke County Beautiful had planned to honor Dr. Martin Luher King on Monday with a litter pickup around the Tanner School. But because of the bitter cold temperatures, the event has been rescheduled for Tuesday, January 28th from 11-1. The organization also is sponsoring a MLK, Jr. Service Day Litter Pick-Up, with all participants having a chance to win a $200 Lowes gift card. The project has been extended because of the recent cold temperatures. 1. Litter pick-up must be conducted before January 26. 2. Contestants must submit at least two pictures (one during the litter pick-up and one at the end showing the total number of bags collected). 3. Each contestant must provide the road name, date, and how many bags of litter were collected. 4. Submission must be sent to kccbdirector@gmail.com or messaged to us through our KCCB Facebook page. 5. Submissions are due by no later than 11:59 P.M. on January 25th. 6. Late submissions will not be accepted and submissions that do not follow the rules above will be disqualified. 7. Winner will be announced on Tuesday, January 21st. at 10 am 8. Other entries will receive participation prizes.


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Saturday, February 22, 2020

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