Local Recycling Leaders from New Orleans to visit Hynes Charter School in preparation of America Recycles Day
In honor of America Recycles Day 2014, local recycling leaders will visit the Recycling Rangers of Hynes Charter School to see their recycling program. The school’s recycling program is an example of the growing recycling efforts across New Orleans, which include recycling at schools, businesses, festivals and the City of New Orleans curbside and drop-off recycling programs.
Hynes Charter School Recycling Rangers
Liz Davey, Chair, Keep New Orleans Beautiful
Sean Vissar, Executive Director, The Green Project Ann LeBlanc, President, Lakeview Civic Improvement Association Brian Anderson, President-Elect, Lakeview Civic Improvement Association Melissa Gascon, Environmental Education Coordinator, The Green Project
Michelle Cohen and Gabriel Bordenave, YLC Recycles Project Leaders Michelle Douglas, Principal, Hynes Charter School Angela Glaviano, Teacher and Sponsor of Recycling Rangers, Hynes Charter School
November 12, 2014 at 1 PM
Hynes Charter School, 990 Harrison Avenue, New Orleans
Recycling Rangers, all third grade volunteers, will demonstrate how they visit classrooms and offices once a week to collect recyclables.
About America Recycles Day America Recycles Day is a national initiative by Keep America Beautiful and is the only nationally recognized day and community-driven awareness event dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the U.S. Since 1997, communities across the country have participated in America Recycles Day on November 15 to promote recycling awareness, commitment, and action. Learn more at AmericaRecyclesDay.org.
About Keep New Orleans Beautiful Keep New Orleans Beautiful is a partnership of city agencies, non-profits, businesses and individuals working on litter reduction, recycling, and neighborhood beautification. It is an affiliate of Keep Louisiana Beautiful and the national organization Keep America Beautiful.