The PALS Mission Statement
Marshall County PALS (People Against a Littered State) is a county-wide, volunteer based, nonprofit organization dedicated to the goal of eliminating or reducing litter by raising pubic awareness through education, thereby changing individual behaviors and attitudes toward littering.
The organization’s business is directed by a Board of elected volunteer directors and officers and appointed committee chairpersons.
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Pals Business Pride Award
PALS’ work and areas of concern are structured under the following
- Business and Industry
- Law Enforcement
- Local Government and Legislation
All programs of PALS are aimed at raising public awareness of the litter problem, engaging in clean-ups, promoting and enrolling sponsors for the Adopt-a-Mile and Adopt-a-Stream programs, and otherwise enlisting the help of concerned individuals in each community to adopt the goal of a litter-free County and to work toward achieving it.