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Solid Waste Launches Great American Cleanup

02.25.19
Fentress County Executive Jimmy Johnson (seated at left) and Jamestown Mayor Lyndon Baines (seated at right) signed a proclamation kicking off the 2019 Great American Cleanup in Fentress County on Friday, February 15. Present for the signing were (standing, left to right) Jason Gasper, Recycling Director of Fentress County Solid Waste, Andrea Horst, a senior at Faith Christian Academy (who was job shadowing Executive Johnson and intends to attend Roane State Community College and major in political science)

Fentress County Solid Waste, which builds and sustains a clean, green and more beautiful Fentress County, announced last Friday the launch of the 2019 Great American Cleanup. Entering its 21st year, the Great American Cleanup is the country’s largest community improvement program that kicks off in more than 20,000 communities each Spring.

Each year, the Keep America Beautiful Great American Cleanup engages more than 4 million volunteers and participants across the country to take action in their local communities to create positive change and lasting impact