West Lincoln Beautification Project
South Fork River Cleaunup 2021
2020 KLCB South Fork River Cleanup
KLCB in the News
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Organization plants trees to ‘keep Lincoln County beautiful’
October 30, 2020
Keep Lincoln County Beautiful planted 36 trees at East Lincoln Middle School and added another 10 later in October in order to combat tree loss in Lincoln County due to developments. Trees are available for sponsorship. Keep Lincoln County Beautiful has plans to continue similar projects throughout the Lincoln County community.
Volunteers Plant 35 Maple Trees at Lincoln County Middle School
October 9, 2020
Keep Lincoln County Beautiful planted 36 trees at East Lincoln Middle School in order to combat tree loss in Lincoln County due to developments. Trees are available for sponsorship. Keep Lincoln County Beautiful has plans to continue similar projects throughout the Lincoln County community.
The great Lincoln County trash pick-up – by kayak
August 14, 2020
MICHELLE T. BERNARD
2020 KLCB South Fork Cleanup in the South Fork River and area of Betty G. Ross Park. 22 Volunteers spent several hours cleaning up 400 pounds of litter.
Littering of PPE is not only a crime but dangerous as well
April 19, 2020
MICHELLE T. BERNARD
KLCB addressed the issues and dangers of Littered PPE during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Used Latex Gloves, Masks, and Wipes Adding to Litter
April 10, 2020
KLCB Discusses increasing amounts of PPE during litter pickups and the issues and dangers regarding littered PPE in the community and the environment.
Soil & Water District, city and county host Earth Day event
April 15, 2019
KLCB participated in the 2019 Earth Day Event that is hosted by the City of Lincolnton and Lincoln County. KLCB was able to provide Litter Education and Beautification Crafts to attendees.
Local beautification efforts recognized, public hearing date set
March 1, 2019
The official affiliate ceremony for Keep Lincoln County Beautiful (KLCB) took place during the Board of Commissioners regular meeting on Feb. 18. KLCB was welcomed into the Lincoln County Community.
Sheriff's Office launches campaign to crack down on litter
December 21, 2018
KLCB worked with the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office to bring awareness and education to litter issues in the Lincoln County community. KLCB provided pamphlets and necessary educational information to provided to vehicles that were stopped along the way.
Lincoln County begins path toward Keep America Beautiful affiliation
September 20, 2018
Patty Korn. KLCB President, works hard to establish a Keep America Beautiful Affiliate here in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Patty is a driven community member determined to do good in her community.
Denver woman launches attack on litter
July 24, 2017
Keep Lincoln County President and Founder, Patty Korn, has litter pick up efforts highlighted by Lincoln Times-News. Patty is a litter picking champion and works diligently to ensure the beauty of her community and home.
Woman works to beautify county roads
December 22, 2014
Keep Lincoln County Beautiful President and Founder, Patty Korn, is recognized for her ongoing, long-term efforts of beautifying Lincoln County and Denver, North Carolina. Patty discusses the need for litter prevention efforts and how dangerous picking up litter can be.