e News . . .

Teams are forming now for Get Down and Get Dirty. We anticipate this being our largest event EVER! Last year we had nearly 1,600 volunteers participate.

This year we will hold GDGD on Saturday, April 25. Don’t miss the opportunity to help clean up our community!

This year’s sponsors are: Custom Tree Care, Strathman Sales, Waste Management of Kansas, Frito-Lay and Pepsi-Cola of Topeka.

Contact Philicia to register your team today: kab@kabtopsh.org or 785.224.0446

We just received news that our affiliate, business, government, civic groups and school partners will be receiving ten National Keep America Beautiful awards. 2013-2014 was a banner year for our local affiliate, and we are thrilled to bring these recognitions home to Topeka and Shawnee County. These will be presented at our Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on March 10, 2015. Our volunteers and partners make these awards possible, and we would like to offer our sincere gratitude for your support!

Our winners are:
1st Place GAC Best Activation Award
President’s Circle Award

1st Place Hultquist Landscapes Beautification
2nd Place Strathman Sales Litter Prevention
2nd Place Waste Management Recycling

2nd Place City Channel 4 Beautification

1st Place Topeka Housing Authority Recycling
2nd Place Silverbackks Litter Prevention
DSC ShareFest Beautification

Youth Group/School
1st Place CMK Service for Change

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In the Spotlight

SpotlightThis part of our new website will be dedicated to featuring businesses or individuals who follow good environmental practices.  If you would like to see your business featured here, or if you would like to honor an individual for their best environmental efforts who give back to this community, please send information to kab@kabtopsh.org

Topeka Community Cycle Project works to broaden access to cycling in Topeka through hands-on education and bike repair. We know that bikes can lead to self-reliance, sustainability and healthful living, so to that end, we are committed to the reclamation and distribution of new and used bicycles to community members. TCCP is located in downtown Topeka, Kansas. http://cycleproject.org/

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