In celebration of Arbor Day, Keep Bossier Beautiful planted trees at the Veteran's Home on Arthur Ray Teague in Bossier City and Pruned existing trees planted the previous year.
Oh how we love teaching our Bossier City elementary children about not littering. The enthusiasm these kids have for keep Mother Nature clean and happy is heart warming to say the least.
During Earth Day week, member of KBB visited 5 elementary schools and visited with over 500 children. They learned about Reducing energy, Reusing items in your home and Recycling. We also talked about how long it takes for a littered item to decompose.
Selected students participated in the litter race, the winner receiving a KBB tshirt. We were so proud of all the volunteers that we gave them all a t-shirt for doing such a wonderful job.
Teach them young folks, as they shall inherit the earth.
Once a year KBB teams up with the Bossier Sheriff's office for their annual cleanup.
About 30 volunteers showed up and tackled the litter in North Bossier and surrounding areas.
Proud to know our Sheriff cares for the city as much as we do.
Big THANKS to everyone for their donations during Give for Good. We appreciate your support in our mission. Good things are happening and bigger projects on the horizon.
Due to the Great American cleanup cancellation due to weather, members of KBB decided to have a pop up cleanup a few weeks later concentrating on the abandoned gas station on Texas St and Benton Rd as well as the CVS on Barksdale Road.
Members of KBB teamed up with Shreveport Green, Red River Cleanup, Roy's Kids and The Warrior Network for Shreveport Mayor's first annual citywide cleanup.
Over 30 volunteers worked from 8am-11am clearing debris from the Barksdale Bridge and along Shreveport Barksdale Blvd.
Each year the city of Bossier and Keep Bossier Beautiful hold their annual 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony honoring the thousands of innocent people that were lost and the courage of all who risked their lives to save others during the attack on our country September 11, 2001.
Our event is held at 9am at the Liberty Garden at the Municipal Complex of the City of Bossier. (between the Police and Fire Station)
KBB's very own Tom Lawson, owner of Advanced Air Conditioning and Heating, loves to give back to the community as much as he loves being a long term Keep Bossier Beautiful member and past president.
In 2015, Tom along with Calumet Lubricants, were able to obtain a beam that was recovered from the World Trade Center Ground Zero in New York. The beam was constructed into a memorial which is located at the Liberty Garden in Bossier City Municipal Complex on Benton Road.
We will never forget.