South Forsyth Key Club Cleans Up Community

Keep Forsyth Beautiful, an organization that takes part in cleaning up the community, holds a variety of events each year focused on community clean-up.

South Forsyth Key Club members pose on Ronald Reagan Boulevard after spending the day cleaning up.

These include the Mobile Trash Unit where groups of adults or students get together and clean a certain part of Forsyth County, such as a park or a road. Once a month, the organization also takes part in checking the biological conditions of rivers and streams and also cleans them up.

South Forsyth Key Club with the help of Keep Forsyth Beautiful has adopted a road this year and is in charge of cleaning this road at least once a month. In February, they adopted Pendley Road and have cleaned the road three times: once in February, once in March and again in April. The Mobile Trash units follow a certain process for cleaning up roads.

In addition, South Forsyth Key Club has had the pleasure of working with Kevin Smith, the Community Outreach Specialist of Keep Forsyth Beautiful. South Forsyth Key Club members are planning to spend a few days this summer cleaning their adopted road. Although one might think of picking up trash as a grueling task, it can be quite enjoyable among the company of friends brought together through service.

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