Archive for the ‘KWB in Action At Schools’ Category

48 volunteers turn out to help with the first Black Hawk Creek Trails cleanup!!

Thanks for all the help from Whitehouse High School Football Team, Key Club and Honor Society! Everyone got to see the potential for the trails here on a beautiful day. Great fellowship and fun had by all!

Posters from KWB’s “I am one” summer education program

Our children really get it!

KWB summer recess education program at the Whitehouse YMCA and the Whitehouse Library

Caring, Sharing, and Making a Difference by Keep Whitehouse Beautiful. Great discussion among wonderful young people.

Higgins 5th grade has tree planting!

Cody Goldman and Guillermo Soto with the City of Tyler Parks Dept. demonstrated how to plant a magnolia tree to 38 fifth graders at Higgins Elementary. Keep Whitehouse Beautiful organized the event.

Higgins Elementary has it going on for Arbor Day!

Higgins Elementary 5th grade grows a garden!  Higgins also celebrates Arbor Day with Beautification projects!

Higgins Recycles!

Students from Ms. Emmon’s third grade class at Higgins elementary were caught doing their weekly classroom recycling last month. Many classrooms do a lot to practice the 3 Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.  Ms. Emmons says ” I want to do all I can to instill small practices that make a HUGE difference.”  Pictured here:

Tayla Morris,  Olivia Fraim & Ava Willis 

Boy Scout Troop 359 helps with the Adopt a Highway Program!

Boy Scout Troop 359 helped with the Adopt a Highway Program Saturday.They had 8 boys and 3 leaders and collected 20 bags of trash including large items like a car bumper! They helped their Troop Sponsor, Whitehouse United Methodist Church, police it’s 2 mile stretch of 346 that is part of the TXDOT Adopt a Hwy Program and is sponsored locally by KWB. It is amazing and sad how much trash is thrown along our roadways in just a few months since the last cleanup effort. We wish we could say we found no trash! Great Work Scouts! You are learning how to be great citizens!

Working on the Brown Wall and Four Corners!

KWB with the help of First Baptist Youth Group replanted bulbs, weeded and trimmed Latana along the Brown Wall and Four Corners in Whitehouse. KWB President and Master Gardner, Hazel Bateman demonstrated the proper techniques for the youth group before starting. Thank you First Baptist Youth Group for the hard work and learning to be great citizens!

Hazel Batemna, KWB President, has all the tools!

KWB awards K-Kids of Cain Elementary a $200 Campus Beautification Grant!!

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful gave K-Kids of Cain Elementary a $200 Campus Beautification Grant. K-Kids is a service organization that teaches leadership skills through service to their school and community. They want to use the grant to improve the appearance of their campus by planting flowers and shrubs as well creating a sitting area with benches, paving stones, and possibly a water feature.

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful gave K-Kids of Cain Elementary a $200 Campus Beautification Grant

Keep Whitehouse Beautiful gave K-Kids of Cain Elementary a $200 Campus Beautification Grant

Higgins Elementary Student Council recognized with 2016 Campus Beautification Award!

Higgins Elementary Student Council 2016 Campus Beautification

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