See our letter to the editor in The Sun Chronicle. Our Litter Busters deserve every round of applause. Thank you to our wonderful group of volunteers!
The Keep North Attleborough Beautiful contest to help us turn some of our town’s gray utility boxes into colorful works of art is now closed. We were genuinely impressed with all of the many entries. Thank you to everyone who submitted artwork. This contest was so much fun yet so very difficult! Regrettably, we could select only nine of the entries. We wish every submission could have been used….they were all that wonderful.
Congratulations to our winning artists:Karen Chandran, Kyle Donahue, Kaylee Finch, Lindsay Nygaard, Vivian Racine, Madelyn Steel, Abigail Whitney, Kimberly Whitty, Faith Wilder. Scroll through these pictures to view their winning work.
Keep North Attleborough Beautiful and The North Attleboro Animal Shelter are excited to announce an important collaboration. By bringing Massachusetts redeemable cans and bottles to the shelter, funds can be raised to care for the animals. Also, we will help to keep our environment free from discarded cans and bottles. Note that some places do not accept cans and bottles due to COVID.
(From the North Star Reporter 12/30/19) Supporters of Keep North Attleborough Beautiful [KNAB] cleaned up Cushman Road and part of Mendon Road in mid-November. They removed two large upholstered chairs, floor tiles with attached cement, six bags of litter, and pieces of siding, among other items. Pictured are Litter Buster Dan Voisinet and KNAB founder Marsha Goldstein. Read more in the North Star Reporter
FLL is an international LEGO Robotics competition, teams all across the globe have to solve a real world problems, build and program robots to do tasks on a field mat, and most importantly work together as a team.
Planet Robotics noticed that sometimes trash cans are overflowing with trash (think weekend, 4th of July, Labor Day, summer). Everyone wants to make the right choices but they don’t know where to dispose of trash when the trash can is full. So the team is working on designing a smart trash can that detect when it is 80% full and pings an alerts to a Waste Management professional about its status and location on a smart phone app, that way they can address it with priority. Its easier to keep public spaces clean if the litter is in the can. The design is based on Ultrasonic sensor, micro controller based Arduino, WiFi module sending alerts to app with GPS location and status. A typical message will read ‘trash can at location 14 is almost full (red), please refresh cans’.
Four shade trees were planted in North Attleborough through Patriot Subaru’s Earth Day donations—two outside the Woodcock Administration Building and two outside the fire station on Allen Avenue. See more in the North Star Reporter… https://
Read the letter to the editor in The Sun Chronicle from May 22, 2019 >>
Keep North Attleboro Beautiful wishes to thank the wonderful 600+ volunteers who participated in the seventh annual Great American Cleanup held on Saturday, May 4.
Participants who turned out in the damp weather included Scout groups, church groups, athletic teams, business groups, families, and individuals.
Waste Management hauled away two and a half tons of filled litter bags. One ton of illegally dumped materials were brought to the transfer station. They included: scrap metal, a mattress, a couch, part of a wooden fence, tires, and two TV’s. To legally dispose of recyclable items please call the Solid Waste Department at (508) 699-0105.
Special thanks and appreciation go to all of our past loyal sponsors in addition to new sponsors: […]
KNAB sends out a huge THANKS to Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro for their generous gift in recognition of the work that Keep North Attleborough Beautiful does to celebrate Earth Day. (L to R Mark Perryman, Eddie Cicciu, Marsha Goldstein (KNAB Board Member), Jay Elias (KNAB Board Member), Matt D’Ambra, Max Meritil.
One of Keep North Attleborough Beautiful’s most important goals is to educate about proper recycling, litter, and reducing use of plastics. Marsha Goldstein, KNAB’s Executive Director, presented programs on these and related environmental topics to all Kindergarten and Grade 5 classes in the North Attleborough schools in March and April, 2019. She utilized a Power Point and brought items for sorting into baskets labeled trash, recycling, and reusing-donating. Marsha was pleased to note that students were attentive and some already had knowledge of proper recycling. The expectation is that they will bring what they learned to adults at home in order to improve environmental habits.
– 5th Grade Teacher, Roosevelt Avenue School