Cherokee County students are encouraged to "take over" by developing a flyer that would represent the anti-litter efforts of the Cherokee County students and schools. Below, you will see the current flyer in circulation. Gary Chamberlain from the North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition says it's time to start working on next year's flyer.
Students are encouraged to send their designs to Martins Creek School, Principal Paul Wilson so they can be considered for next year. The final design should represent the anti-litter effort of all Cherokee county schools.
The flyer should mention the school "America the Beautiful Clubs" and the North Carolina Litter-Free Coalition anti-litter contest.
Students should focus on their anti-litter efforts and mention what they are doing, why they are doing what they do, who benefits from their efforts, and why they want others to join them.
Watch Superintendent Dr. Jeana Conley and Gary Chamberlain discuss the current litter-free efforts by clicking https://www.facebook.com/CountryGold/videos/2263748276976366/
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