Keep Florida Beautiful Announces Legislative Day At Capitol

Apr 20, 2001, 01:00 ET from Keep Florida Beautiful

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 20 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- On
 April 25, 2001 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., Keep Florida Beautiful (KFB)
 will be hosting its first ever annual Legislative Day at the Capitol.  The
 location will be Waller Park which is located at the backside of the Capitol,
 facing the Supreme Court Building.
    Certified affiliates from throughout Florida will be in attendance with
 displays showcasing their programs.  Also in attendance will be Shane
 McIntosh, Chairman of Keep Florida Beautiful and Ray Empson, President of Keep
 America Beautiful.  Sticky-Man, created by Keep Florida Beautiful as the
 official mascot, will also be in attendance.
     KFB will be celebrating National Volunteer Week as well as the Great
 American Clean-Up conducted nationwide.  "This is a time to honor all of our
 volunteers for the Florida Great American Clean-Up as well as celebrating
 Earth Day," said Shane McIntosh, Chairman of Keep Florida Beautiful.  KFB is
 expecting 125,000 volunteers for the 2001 Great American Clean-Up.
 
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    TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 20 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- On
 April 25, 2001 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., Keep Florida Beautiful (KFB)
 will be hosting its first ever annual Legislative Day at the Capitol.  The
 location will be Waller Park which is located at the backside of the Capitol,
 facing the Supreme Court Building.
    Certified affiliates from throughout Florida will be in attendance with
 displays showcasing their programs.  Also in attendance will be Shane
 McIntosh, Chairman of Keep Florida Beautiful and Ray Empson, President of Keep
 America Beautiful.  Sticky-Man, created by Keep Florida Beautiful as the
 official mascot, will also be in attendance.
     KFB will be celebrating National Volunteer Week as well as the Great
 American Clean-Up conducted nationwide.  "This is a time to honor all of our
 volunteers for the Florida Great American Clean-Up as well as celebrating
 Earth Day," said Shane McIntosh, Chairman of Keep Florida Beautiful.  KFB is
 expecting 125,000 volunteers for the 2001 Great American Clean-Up.
 
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