KTMB's Clean-Up Program
Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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Hi, this is Matt Webber.
I'm the Adopt-A-Spot Coordinator for Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful (KTMB).
I'd like to give you a quick overview of our clean-up program and ways you can be more active in our community.
KTMB has been setting up clean-up events at parks, trails, sections of the river, open spaces, business corridors, and neighborhoods in the Truckee Meadows since 1994. This program is intended to provide residents and/or groups with a means to help keep the region a wonderful place to live, work, and play for all.
It is a volunteer-driven program. We often have school groups, businesses and clubs calling us to do clean-ups because they care about keeping their community clean and safe. These clean-ups have a very tangible, beautiful result and also create a sense of unity, friendship, and camaraderie among the people participating. One of the best aspects of doing a clean-up is that participants of all ages are welcome to join in: no one is too old or too young to help. Families often find that involving kids in a clean-up is a great way to teach children the importance of community and working together.
You, or your group, can organize a FREE clean-up and KTMB will provide trash pickers, trash bags, and tools for your cleanup. All you have to do is provide the enthusiastic volunteers!
For more information: https://www.ktmb. org/adoptaspot or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your time,
About Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful
PO Box 7412, 2601 Plumas St, Reno, NV 89509, US
Dedicated to creating a cleaner, more beautiful region through education and active community involvement.
Dedicated to creating a cleaner, more beautiful region through education and active community involvement for over 30 years
In 2021, KTMB is still dedicated to creating a cleaner, more beautiful region through education and active community involvement. All of our programs are geared toward educating the public about the economic and health hazards of litter and illegal dumping; reducing our waste; eliminating trash from our parks, roadways and open spaces; making our community a beautiful and safe place to live; and giving opportunities for residents and businesses to take pride and ownership in their home.