Cedarstream help­ing with KPB’s greens space cam­paign

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Keep Polk Beau­ti­ful’s cam­paign to make sure that green spa­ces are be­ing kept pris­tine in­cludes at least one no­table part­ner al­ready in the cause.

Cedarstream made a help­ful do­na­tion of a va­ri­ety of col­ors of t-shirts with a mes­sage that Keep Polk Beau­ti­ful Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor Randy Cook thinks can make a dif­fer­ence once enough peo­ple see it.

“Keep Polk Beau­ti­ful – How Will You?”

The Cedar­town-based print­ing com­pany owned by the Mor­ris fam­ily do­nated 100 of the t-shirts to help with the case. Cook handed those out along­side Rivers Alive shirts dur­ing their Septem­ber clean-up event, along with tak­ing signups for sev­eral ar­eas around Polk County that need trash clean-up.

There’s a grow­ing list of peo­ple who are will­ing to help. The ar­eas that Cook seeks help with in­clude Se­aborn Jones Park, Tom Pittman Field, Nathan Dean Park, the Coots Lake, Grady Road, Van Wert and Don Wil­liams trail­heads on the east side of the county.

Peek Park, Turner Street Park, Big Springs Park, the J.L. Lester Wildlife Man­age­ment Area park­ing lot, the Pin­hoti Trail­head park­ing lot, the Cedar­town Wel­come Cen­ter and De­pot’s trail­head area, the Esom Hill trail­head and the Martin trail­head on the west­ern side of the county make up the list, and need many more vol­un­teers to help.

Those who also want to par­tic­i­pate can con­tact Cook by call­ing 678-2461083 to learn more, or by e-mail­ing him at [email protected]­town­ge­or­gia.gov.

Along with vol­un­teer help, dona­tions for Keep Polk Beau­ti­ful are also needed and ap­pre­ci­ated.

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100 Keep Polk Beau­ti­ful -- How Will You? t-shirts were do­nated by Cedarstream.

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