Keep Manassas Beautiful

The Great American Cleanup happens March 20 – June 30

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As a Keep America Beautiful Affiliate, Keep Manassas Beautiful is part of the country’s largest community cleanup program. This national program engages millions of volunteers and participants who act in their communities every year to create positive change and lasting impact. Your participation in this national event will help the City of Manassas start sprucing up for spring! Last year, volunteers shared over 700 hours of their time and collected more than 1 ton of litter from our parks, streets, and public spaces.

Many thanks to Boy Scout Troop 670 and Jessica McCaulley for getting us started! They collected 40 bags of trash and other debris from the Rocky Branch stream near Giant on Dumfries Road.

Want to take part? The City of Manassas provides litter pickers, vests, trash bags, and a little gift to show our appreciation - all you need to do is give an hour of your time between March 20 and June 30. Send us a picture of you and your crew doing a clean-up and you'll be entered into a drawing to win a gift card from Historic Manassas, which can be used in participating stores and restaurants in Historic Downtown.

As always, we are grateful for your help in keeping our community clean and beautiful.

Wishing you all the best for a lovely spring!

Lynn Forkell and the Keep Manassas Beautiful Advisory Committee

Don't forget to check out our Event Calendar for the rest of the year!



Make Something Beautiful!

Enter the 36th Annual Arbor Day Poster Contest

Trees are Super Heroes!

Arbor Day Poster Contest
The City of Manassas Beautification Committee is holding its 36th Arbor Day poster contest for students in Pre-K - 4th grade.  Students can submit their entries between February 1 and March 25 by dropping their posters off of their school office or by sending a picture of their poster by email to mbolsen@gte.net. Posters must be no smaller than 8.5" x 11" and no larger than 14"x18" and include the theme on the front and the student's name, school, grade, and teacher on the back. Winners will be recognized at the  Arbor Day celebration on Friday, April 23, 10 a.m., at the Jennie Dean Memorial. The grand prize is $50 to the student and $100 to their school's art department. 


For more information, contact:  Mark Olsen at mbolsen@gte.net  or (703) 928-3993.




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