“This is a huge milestone for the Cleveland/Bradley community,” said Joanne Maskew, executive director for the Cleveland KAB.
Over the past 20 years, the local KAB won the national award for the Glad-Bag-A-thon (now called the annual Great American Cleanup) in 1996; won the President’s Circle Recognition Award in 2003 to the present; and started the White Glove Award program in 2004 which is given to an individual, civic organization, school or business that exemplifies excellence in their commitment to the environment.
Since 2005, the winners of the KAB’s Business Beautification Award has recognized area businesses that project an image making the community pleasing to the eye. In 2007, KAB has been significantly involved in developing the Coalition for Community Improvement Committee. Just this year, KAB also has earned the Keep Tennessee Beautiful and the TDOT Martin Kennedy Award for Outstanding KAB Affiliate Coordinator.
For more information or to register for this event, call Maskew at 559-3307 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.