The holiday season is upon us and you know what that means…hot chocolate, mistletoe, and freezing your fingers off trying to get those old strands of lights working! Don’t stress out. If you have strands of lights that you need to get rid of, don’t throw them away! Instead, bring them in to be recycled.
Now through the end of January, you can bring your old strands of Christmas lights in to one of our two drop off locations during regular business hours:
Loup Basin RC&D Office
Located in the Pathway Bank Professional Center building
Cardboard box just inside the front door
807 H Street, Burwell
Post Office lobby
Main Street, Ericson
Merry Christmas from Linda and Anita at Keep Loup Basin Beautiful!!
The Loup City High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) organization won an Award of Excellence for their America Recycles Day activities during the June 29, 2013 Keep Nebraska Beautiful Annual Conference in Nebraska City. The group was recognized at the August 6th City Council meeting and the award will be presented to the school during the August 12th board meeting.
Pictured in front row: Alexander Baillie, Becki Bandur, Milt Walrath, Tricia Kuszek. Back row: Linda Studnicka, Darian Williams, Tammy Nelson, Alicia Toczek.
The group won this award for their outstanding participation in the Keep America Beautiful America Recycles Day project, “Future in our Hands”. Continue reading
During the Keep Nebraska Beautiful annual conference on June 27, 2013 held at the Nebraska City Lied Center, Keep Loup Basin beautiful was awarded the “Gold Affiliate” recognition. This is the highest level of achievement for the Nebraska Keep America Beautiful affiliates.
Pictured, Linda Studnicka, Director of Keep Loup Basin Beautiful and Mike Hazen
from the Keep Nebraska Beautiful Board of Directors.
Local High School Group Earn Recognition for Waste Reduction/Recycling Efforts
Honored at Keep America Beautiful Conference in Washington D.C. in January and at the FBLA Spring Banquet on April 30, 2013, the Ord High School Future Business Leaders of America was awarded the National Distinguished Service plaque in the Youth/School Waste Reduction/Recycling category for their Continue reading
Keep Loup Beautiful has announced that the winner of its 2013 Earth Day “Design your own T-Shirt” Art Contest is Continue reading
Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) has awarded the Loup Basin RC&D Council a grant in the amount of $34,966 to be used for the Keep America Beautiful (KAB) Affiliate, Keep Loup Basin Beautiful. This organization is a project of the RC&D Council, and serves residents in nine central Nebraska counties. The DNEQ provides funds annually to Nebraska projects in the categories of public environmental education, cleanups and recycling. Altogether, the NDEQ was able to fund fifty-six applications for 2013. Continue reading
Local Keep America Beautiful affiliate, Keep Loup Basin Beautiful, was presented the National Keep America Beautiful (KAB) 2012 Great American Cleanup (GAC) Best Activation Award at the Keep America Beautiful Conference held in Washington, DC on January 29th. Continue reading
The students at District 70 in Garfield County were randomly chosen as the 2012 winners of the Keep Loup Basin Beautiful America Recycles Day contest. Keep Loup Basin Beautiful presented
KLBB received a grant from UPS to help local area organizations plant “water-wise” landscapes. The Happy Jack Chalk Mines was chosen to receive Continue reading
Keep Nebraska Beautiful (KNB) held their annual awards luncheon in Kearney Continue reading
Keep Loup Basin Beautiful (KLBB) is a recipient of the UPS/Keep America Beautiful (KAB)Community Improvement Grant. The UPS Foundation’s overall support of KAB is Continue reading
The 25th annual Dannebrog Grundlovsfest celebration will be held Saturday and Sunday, June 2 and 3rd. During the weekend, Dannebrog will hold parades, games and other fun activities. They will also use this time to take part in the national Keep America Beautiful (KAB) Cigarette Litter Prevention Program through a grant program Continue reading