Tag: Keep Greenville Beautiful Foundation

Rick Koln and Kasey Smith attended a table selling "Remember For Me" tee shirts.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Weekend Choices

Saturday dawned as a Chamber of Commerce Day in Greenville.  The temperature was pleasant and the sun shined.  Julie Horn and Hunt County Radio personality, Friendlee, started the ball rolling with the Remember for Me benefit at the Greenville High School.  Walkers walked a preset course as they remembered someone […]

The very first Clean Sweep took place in the mid 1940's as workers ripped out streetcar tracks to help in the war effort.  Image courtesy of the City of Greenville.

Clean Sweep

Downtown merchants and office workers will be part of the Clean Sweep Team Saturday morning as they spruce up the sidewalks and areas around store fronts and offices on Lee and Washington Streets.  This is in preparation for the Downtown Stroll that will take place in two weeks on Saturday, […]

Green thumbs beckon as the Greenville Home and Garden Show date is finalized.  Image courtesy of Groupon via Google.

Spring Garden Show Scheduled

The 2017 Greenville Spring Home and Garden Show is scheduled for Saturday, March 25th.  It will be held at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center from 9 AM until 3 PM.  The center is located at 5501 South Business Highway 69.  The show is sponsored by the Keep Greenville Beautiful Foundation. […]

Twenty-six members of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, the Keep Greenville Beautiful Foundation and other interested citizens toured the Waste Solutions Material Recovery Facility.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Recycling Day

Hunt County News was invited to attend a tour of Waste Solutions, Inc. Material Recycling Facility in McKinney, Texas yesterday.  Greenville homeowners and renters are familiar with the blue roll out carts but few know what to put in them. One question asked by a group member from Keep Greenville Beautiful […]

Members of the Keep Greenville Beautiful Board cut the ribbon that begins another thirty years of cooperation between the city and various organizations.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

The Keep Greenville Beautiful Organization Turns 30

Scrap books filled with newspaper clippings showed thirty years of progress for the Keep Greenville Beautiful organization.  Three decades has seen a flyover for the railroad gulch that separated the city from the north and south.  A recycling program is now in place.  Lee Street has been cleaned up and […]