It Does Not Have to be Like This
Have you ever seen anyone show surprise at the suggestion that cigarette butts are litter? Pic on Left taken by PALS board member Julie Booth at one of our boat ramps. Do you recognize the Sunset Walking Trail on Right?
There IS a Solution–This can be IT
This is our Mobile Billboard which is moved around the County to keep folks reminded to Not Litter. The mobile part (the trailer) was made available to PALS by the Sheriff’s Department. We like to “keep it moving” to a new location every few weeks in order to spread the Stash the Trash message around. If you have a spot in a high traffic area where it can be parked for awhile, please call PALS at 582-1918.
Marshall County PALS President Mickey Hunt and Executive Director Cecilia Pullen representing PALS at the July 28 Summer Academy for all Marshall County educators, sponsored by the Albertville Chamber of Commerce. Jeannine Wilder of PALS also attended and assisted in introducing and promoting the PALS programs to the 700+ teachers in attendance. Jeannine reported, “following two hours of interaction with the teachers, Jennifer Palmer, President of the Chamber, took us on a tour of the Albertville High School complex, and we each thought we were on a university-scale campus! The classrooms, the curricula, to include culinary arts, as well as tourism and hospitality, were beyond imagination!”
PALS Booth at ARTS on the Lake, Civitan Park, is a popular spot for the kids, learning more about recycling and how to be anti-litter Ambassadors for a cleaner Marshall County. PALS volunteers Mickey Hunt, president, and Jeannine Wilder share information about PALS with the students. (Sept 27-29, 2011)