Posts Tagged "keep cincinnati beautiful"

Can We Get a Little Help Here?

Posted on Nov 24, 2015 in Featured

Help KCB secure the final $8000 for our new work truck!

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Newsflash! Linda Holterhoff Announces Her Retirement!

Posted on Oct 22, 2015 in NewsFlash!

Linda Holterhoff, who has served as the Executive Director for Keep Cincinnati Beautiful (KCB) since 1994, has announced she will retire at the end of February, 2016.

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Event Spotlight: McMicken Play Area

Posted on Sep 11, 2015 in Event Spotlight, Featured

On September 10th, Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers, Keep Cincinnati Beautiful (KCB), and The Davey Tree Expert Co. rehabilitated the McMicken Play Area located at 510 W. McMicken Street in Over-the-Rhine into a vibrant public space integrating art and nature. Funding and in-kind support for the project was awarded to KCB through Keep America Beautiful (KAB)/Lowes Community Improvement Grant, Keep Ohio Beautiful (KOB), and The Davey Tree Expert Co in conjunction with the 2015 Great Ohio Planting Day project and KAB’s fourth annual National Planting Day. National Planting Day, which is...

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Greening the Hills Thanks To The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Posted on Jul 10, 2015 in NewsFlash!, Sponsor Spotlight

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful takes aim at reducing blight while working to increase areas of natural greenspace through restoration and maintenance of vacant, unkempt lots throughout the Price Hills. This project, referred to as “The Greener Hills”, is funded in part by a grant from The Greater Cincinnati Foundation. “Our goal is to restore, maintain and enhance 40 abandoned lots over a two year period throughout the neighborhoods of Lower Price Hill, East Price Hill and West Price Hill,” said Linda Holterhoff, executive director of Keep Cincinnati Beautiful. Drew Goebel, Vacant Lot...

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June Volunteer Spotlight

Posted on Jun 11, 2015 in Volunteer Spotlight

Each month, we’ll be featuring a recent volunteer group or return volunteer to thank them for their commitment to keeping Cincinnnati beautiful. This month’s spotlight features volunteers from Cintas.

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