Thursday , August 5 2021

KBB & Propeller Club Adopt-a-Park Clean Up Jan. 20th

Rodney S. Ketchum Park

The first Propeller Club Port Canaveral and Keep Brevard Beautiful (KBB) Adopt-a-Park Clean Up Day for 2018 will be held on January 20th at 9:00 AM. The cleanup will take place at Rodney S. Ketcham Port’s End Park. The park is located on the west side of the Port on Mullet Road next to the SR 401 draw bridge.

To get to Rodney S. Ketcham Port’s End Park, turn on to Dave Nisbet Dr. from George King Blvd., then make a left on to Mullet Road. Proceed west on Mullet past the marinas and Yacht Club until you come to the park.

Coffee, donuts and supplies will be provided. Please bring a hat and gloves and wear closed toed shoes, no flip flops please.

About Keep Brevard Beautiful (KBB)

Through litter control, education, recycling and beautification programs, Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc. (KBB) and its network of volunteers strive to maintain and improve the environment of Brevard County, FL.
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Organization Overview
Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc. (KBB), officially certified in 1981, marks the dedication demonstrated by the volunteers of the Beautification Committee of the Melbourne-Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce, who formed a coalition of business representatives, government and civic organizations to create a charter to become an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, Inc.

As our mission continued, support from Brevard County and many municipal governments and community partners, a board of directors, and local chapters invited further growth of our mission. Our staff, volunteer leaders, and the thousands of community volunteers have helped Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc. to blossom into the largest Keep America Beautiful (KAB) affiliate in Florida and one of the most productive organizations in the entire KAB system.

With a consortium representing all sectors of Brevard County, KBB is able to lead the way to a cleaner and more beautiful Brevard County by motivating and educating citizens to take personal responsibility for our environment. Working to constantly improve our quality of life is imperative to sustaining our county’s economic health as well as the well being of each and every citizen.


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