• Celebrate Arbor Day with the City of Brunswick

    Celebrate Arbor Day with the City of Brunswick BRUNSWICK, GA  (April 10, 2019) – Join the City of Brunswick Tree Board, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful and Golden Isles Fund for Trees for multiple Arbor Day observances and activities. “The City of Brunswick is pleased to observe National Arbor Day this year by planting two live […]

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  • Sixth KGIB Litter Prevention Sculpture to be Installed March 13

    Sixth KGIB Litter Prevention Sculpture to be Installed March 13 BRUNSWICK, GA – (February 25, 2019) – The sixth litter prevention sculpture of Keep Golden Isles Beautiful’s outdoor public art series will be installed on Wednesday, March 13 and the public is invited to participate. The dolphin sculpture will be located near the public fishing […]

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  • Keep Golden Isles Beautiful Kicks Off the 21st Annual Great American Cleanup

    Keep Golden Isles Beautiful Kicks Off the 21st Annual Great American Cleanup BRUNSWICK, GA – (February 22, 2019) — Keep Golden Isles Beautiful welcomes spring by kicking off the 21st annual Great American Cleanup – the country’s largest community improvement program engaging more than 4 million volunteers in over 20,000 communities nationwide. A Keep America […]

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  • Volunteers Sought for Third Annual Brunswick City-wide Cleanup Effort

    Volunteers Sought for Third Annual Brunswick City-wide Cleanup Effort BRUNSWICK, GA – (February 15, 2019) — The City of Brunswick will conduct its third annual City-wide Cleanup effort on Saturday, April 27, 9AM-11AM with a volunteer celebration cookout to follow in Roosevelt Harris Jr. Senior Center. Taking a neighborhood to neighborhood approach, the City is seeking volunteers […]

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  • Ultimate Christmas Tree Contest Winners Announced

    Ultimate Christmas Tree Contest Winners Announced BRUNSWICK, GA (December 13, 2018) — Kicking off Keep Golden Isles Beautiful’s annual Bring One for the Chipper Christmas tree recycling campaign, The Home Depot in Brunswick recently awarded five local members of the Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Georgia with live Christmas trees of their very own. […]

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  • New Year’s Day Beach Sweep Slated

    New Year’s Day Beach Sweep Slated BRUNSWICK, GA (December 10, 2018) – Ring in the New Year, welcome in a clean and green 2019 and make a difference at the same time – join in Keep Golden Isles Beautiful’s second annual New Year’s Day beach sweep!  Volunteers meet at the St. Simons Island Old Coast […]

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  • Christmas Tree Recycling Effort Continues Golden Isles Holiday Tradition

    Christmas Tree Recycling Effort Continues Golden Isles Holiday Tradition BRUNSWICK, GA (December 3, 2018) – A Golden Isles holiday tradition continues with Keep Golden Isles Beautiful’s annual Bring One for the Chipper Christmas tree recycling campaign. On January 5, from 9 AM-1 PM, volunteers will be on hand to assist with non-artificial tree drop-offs at The […]

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  • 2018 School Recycling Challenge a Success

    2018 School Recycling Challenge a Success BRUNSWICK, GA (November 8, 2018) — With the goal of reducing waste, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful’s 2018 School Recycling Challenge did just that. This fall, eleven local schools took part in the Challenge to collect non-traditional items for recycling. By collecting items not accepted in local curbside recycling programs, […]

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  • Community Jubilee Artist Call

    Community Jubilee Artist Call BRUNSWICK, GA (November 6, 2018) — BE CREATIVE AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE – contribute an updycled/recycled creation to KGIB’s annual Community Jubilee. Turn trash into treasure and help keep the Golden Isles clean, green and beautiful. ** Participation commitment deadline: January 4, 2019 ** Artwork submission deadline: January 18, 2019 Contact […]

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  • Coastal Visionary Art Award Bestowed

    Coastal Visionary Art Award Bestowed BRUNSWICK, GA (October 24, 2018) — Keep Golden Isles Beautiful recently presented Nahunta Elementary fifth grader Marissa Rogers with its “Coastal Visionary” art award, a unique art supply caddy created from upcycled items. Selected from the CoastFest student art contest, Marissa’s creation, a fanciful whale tail, uses an old board, […]

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