Keep Clint Beautiful

KCB began in January of 2003. One year later, KCB has over 9 organizations, 3 school campuses, 2 church groups and 6 local businesses who participate in the cleanup events and special projects to better our community.

2003 Texas Governor's Community Acheivement Award

2004 Award of Excellence

For the second year in a row, Clint was recognized by Keep Texas Beautiful and received the "Award of Excellence" for enhancing the community.

Through the Office of the Mayor and 185 volunteers from Keep Clint Beautiful, the community saved over $13,735.00 in cleanup events, $450.00 from toner cartridges and $135.00 from scratch paper. The 6 cleanup events collected 1,149 tires, 150 bags of litter, 12 mattresses and other pieces of abandoned furniture from 12 miles of state roads, 7 acres of property and 1 historic cemetery.

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KCB is open to all individuals and organizations who are willing to volunteer their time, energy and services to protect the environment. Individuals do not have to reside within the Town of Clint or be affiliated with the Clint Independent School District.

All new members receive a KCB T-Shirt, a pair of sunglasses and a water bottle with the "Keep Texas Beautiful" logo after participating in three events.

Local Volunteer Organizations:
Clint Little League
Clint High School, ROTC
Clint High School Environmental Club
Clint HIgh School NHS
Clint HIgh School Student Council
Clint Junior High School, Student Council
Clint Junior High School, NJHS
Surratt ELementary School, PTO
San Lorenzo Youth Ministry
Scout Troop 91
South Spanish Congregation
Clint First Baptist Church

Thanks to these local businesses for their support:
S&S Big 8 Food Store
First National Bank of Fabens
Flick's Pizza
T&R Chemicals
Good Time Stores, Inc.

All events are posted on the Community Calendar. For more information on a specific event or have a suggestion for a future event, please call 851-3146.
Because Texas belongs to all of us, report Environmental Crimes.

. to Ron Merrell and his volunteers for their hard work on the grounds of the Police Department. Ron and his crew of volunteers installed a sprinkler system and walking path. Thanks to Ramirez Pecan Farms and B&C Turf for their assistance and donations.

.to Anthony Lloyd and his volunteers for painting the Community Center. Anthony selected the Community Center to earn his Eagle Scout Badge. All materials were donated by Lowe's.

.to Christopher Jolley and his group of volunteers for their hard work on the garden at the Community Center. Chris and his crew planted trees and bushes and intalled the irragation system for the new trees and plants. Thanks to Oscar Mestas, Texas Forest Service for his advice for the garden.

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