In North Attleboro, over 600 volunteers pitched in for the 6th annual Keep North Attleboro Beautiful cleanup, working their way across town, leaving up to over half a dozen trash bags in one area alone for the Department of Public Works to collect later in the day. READ MORE IN THE SUN CHRONICLE>>
from the The Sun Chronicle Apr 20, 2018
by Laura Calverley
Marsha Goldstein of Keep North Attleboro Beautiful spent a recent Monday morning talking about recycling with her most eager audience yet: A group of 5- and 6-year-olds at Roosevelt Avenue Elementary School in North Attleboro.
There, students in MaryAnne Carter’s class learned which items from their trash can be recycled and which items can’t, how long it takes discarded items to break down in landfills and about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a collection of debris floating in the Pacific Ocean that is now twice the size of Texas. Read more in the Sun Chronicle >>
Thanks to Pilot Pens who recently donated 700 B2P pens made from recycled plastic bottles for our upcoming school presentation on recycling and caring for our environment. Students in North Attleborough Grades K and 5 will get to experience the presentation in April in honor of Earth Day and in coordination with their with science curriculum.
KNAB Board Member and landscaper Frank Wojciechowski recently completed beautification to the entrance to Mason Field. Frank landscaped around the Mason Field sign planting perennials and shrubs, and his “signature” birdhouse.