Sponsored in part by the TDOT Litter Grant & The Cheatham County Mayor’s Office • SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2017 Let’s Talk Trash! ©2017 The Keenan Group, Inc
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Litter is a huge problem for Tennessee costing the state over $11 million dollars annually. The Keenan Group, Inc. and the Cheatham County Mayor’s office litter grant for education by T.D.O.T., and local Business sponsors are proud to announce this 2017-2018 school year-long project: ANNOUNCING THE 3RD BIennial MUSEUM OF LITTER ART PROJECT!
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Auction Raises over $3,500!
One of the best celebrations we could have on gorgeous sunny spring Earth Day would “BEE PASSIONATE TENNESSEE CHEATHAM about Anti-litter!” The 2ndMuseumofLitter&Auction took placeFriday,April 22nd at theCheathamCounty Courthouse lawn. From simplewooden structures transformed into glistening and colorful art masterpieces, all of our schools presented the best of their creativity! In2014, thefirstMuseum of Litter auction raised $2,200. Not to be outdone by thefirst, the 2016Museum ofLitter and auction, presided again byStephenCarr,Auctioneer, raised a larger sum of $3,506.00! BestofShow and MostColorful awardswent toAshlandCity
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Elementary, raising the largestbid of $1,000.00!On the following pages are all the entries and Honorable Mention awardwinners. Bestuse ofLitter: SycamoreAcademy. Most Creative: WestCheathamElementary. MostBeautiful: PleasantView Elementary. TechnicalExcellence: SycamoreTechEdDepartment.
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All proceedsare beingdistributed toall schools. Onehalfof theproceeds go to theSycamore High SchoolTechnicalEducationdepartment for building these structuresand theotherhalf is distributed to each school according to the actualbidamounts. During theSchoolyear2017-2018, a thirdMuseum ofLitterArtprojectwill be presented. This 3rd artprojectwillbe related toone ofTennessee’swildlife tobe announced at a later date.
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