Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful to hold Adopt A Spot sign unveilings on Dec. 14
Special to the Leader-Press
Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful, in partnership with the City of Copperas Cove Street Department, will be holding Adopt a Road, Park, Spot sign unveilings on Wednesday, December 14. The public is invited to attend the sign unveilings to celebrate the newly installed signs.
The Adopt a Road, Park, Spot program was invigorated when Nathan Garner, a local youth as part of his platform as a Five Hills Scholarship Pageant titleholder in partnership with KCCB, applied for grants towards revitalizing the program.
KCCB received two grants, one from Youth Serve America and from one from the Fort Hood Thrift Shop.
“I'm so happy to see this project take off. I'm thankful for all the groups who have chosen a spot to adopt and grateful for everyone's support. I'm hoping more groups join us in Adopting a Road, Park or Spot, said Nathan Garner.
Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful Adopt a Road, Park, Spot program encourages Individuals, community groups, neighborhood organizations, business owners, schools, churches and service clubs to participate in a community activity by keeping roadsides, parks and spots litter free. Participants are required to perform clean-up efforts at their adopted road, park or spot with a minimum of four cleanings per year.
“Adopt a Road, Park, Spot volunteers provide a vital service to the Copperas Cove community and our residents benefit directly by enjoying cleaner roads, parks and spots,” said Terry Mustapher, KCCB Secretary.
Locations and times of sign unveilings are as follows:
1:30 p.m. – Unity Baptist Church, 903 N. Main Street
2 p.m. – Copperas Cove Municipal Cemetery, 415 E Ave A
3 p.m.– SC Lee Jr. HS, 1205 Courtney Lane
4:30 p.m.– Holy Family Catholic Church, 1001 Georgetown Rd.
Questions may be directed to Roxanne Flores, Public Relations Specialist & KCCB Executive Director, at email@example.com or (254) 547-4221 x6704.