KBB will be setting up a booth at the ABR Festival in Townsend. Visit our booth for the "Recycle Sort Challange" and information on getting more involved with KBB.
Automotive services, restaurants, businesses with large parking lots and other related businesses are invited to attend a free Stormwater Best Management Practices workshop. The workshop will help you prevent stormwater pollution from entering our local waterways due to daily business activities.
By attending this workshop you will gain a better understanding of impacts to water quality and the materials provided will assist you in any future inspections that may occur. This program is voluntary based, attendance is free to your business, and we will provide you free education materials for you and your employees.
Owners and/or managers are encouraged to attend this valuable training. Reservations are required and space is limited
Start summer off right with a DASH for TRASH on May 20th at City of Friendsville City Hall from 12:00 pm-1:30 pm!
DASH for TRASH is a family friendly litter FUN-run. Participants will go out into the area for an hour to pick up litter as they "run". This event not only focuses on improving our own health but also the health of the community.
The event will kick off at City Hall and then participants can make their way through Downtown Friendsville.
Keep Blount Beautiful will provide litter pickers, gloves, trash bags, and safety vest for all participants.
Participants will also have the chance to win prizes! Participants will receive FREE raffle tickets based on the amount of trash they collect and what they collect.
Help us keep our neighborhood clean while enjoying some quality time with your family, friends, and community.
SIGN UP HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/Cu0EWTGTjVl1WtYN2
Contact KBB at 865-681-4809 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join KBB for another great S.T.E.A.M Kids on May 19 for recycled arts and crafts.
Fridays, 4 until 5 p.m., S.T.E.A.M. Kids, for Grades K-5. Every week will be a different adventure, from science experiments to art projects and everything in between. Materials will be limited and available on a first come, first served basis in the Children’s Library.
Local 3rd graders are invited to attend a day to learn about water pollution, prevention, wetlands, and more.