How about that? It's not that often that official Earth Day falls on our Cleanup Saturday. And, hey, it will be here before you know it! Home base is the Community Center downtown but the sprucing up will be going on everywhere as we clear away a winter's worth of litter in Billings on Earth Day! *
Those interested in litter pick-up activities during Earth Day Great American Cleanup are encouraged to contact Bright n' Beautiful at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-248-6617, to sign up for a cleanup spot, arrange to borrow safety vests and litter pickers, and receive free supplies. All your cleanup efforts will be included in the our 2023 Great American Cleanup Report to Keep America Beautiful. Let's show 'em how it's done!
Home base is:
Billings Community Center
360 N. 23 St, Downtown
Saturday, April 22, 2023
Doors Open at 8:30 AM for check-in and pre-arranged supplies
Walk-ins welcome while supplies last
Cleanup Billings: 9AM to 1PM
During Earth Day Weekend only, April 21-23, Billings Public Works has generously provided bright and beautiful roll-off dumpsters for our use. Yay! Plan to haul your haul to one of three convenient locations:
Downtown: Parking lot opposite Billings Community Center, 360 N. 23rd St.
Heights: Parking lot of Castle Rock Park, W. Wicks Lane and Nutter Blvd.
West End: Parking lot of Stewart Park, 26th St. W & Central Ave.
Want in? Need more information? Contact us at email@example.com, on Facebook at BrightNBeautifulBillings, or call 406-248-6617.
*Can't make it April 22? Be in touch about it and we'll support your project at another time this spring. We will loan equipment, give free supplies, and count your effort in our community report.
*Want to participate elsewhere in Yellowstone County? How about these:
Shepherd Lions Annual Cleanup, 4/22, 8:00 AM at Shepherd Community Center
Build-a-Better-Laurel Earth Day Cleanup, 4/22, 9:00 AM, at Main Street Perk
Laurel Community Cleanup, 4/29-4/30, from Grace Bible Church, 917 Washington Ave.
Worden/Ballantine Cleanup, Saturday, 5/6, 9:00 AM, meeting on Worden Main St.
Thanks for doing your part in keeping Yellowstone County bright and beautiful.
We'll see you out there!