NOBODY TRASHES TN - WCSO & FRIENDS

Event Calendar

All Tennesseans can help prevent litter and keep Tennessee beautiful. Find a public cleanup or related event near you using our event calendar.


  1. Cleanup events must take place from 11/1-11/30.
  2. Register your event below so we can ship you your free t-shirts and feature your group on our website. All cleanups need to be registered by 11/21.
  3. All groups are required to follow cleanup safety protocols.
  4. Don’t forget to report the amount of litter your group collected for a chance to win a No Trash November trophy! You will be asked to report on the number of trash bags that are collected.
  5. Capture photos during your cleanup event to submit when reporting the amount of litter collected and use #NobodyTrashesTennessee #NoTrashNovember when posting your photos on social media.

Note: If submitting a cleanup event that is not taking place in November, please put N/A in the t-shirt size and mailing address field.

No Trash November T-shirts are out of stock.

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Nov
30
NOBODY TRASHES TN - WCSO & FRIENDS

The Washington County Sheriff's Office is teaming up with students from East Tennessee State University on November 30 as part of the No Trash November, which is a month-long statewide initiative encouraging Tennesseans to participate in cleanup events in their community.

The November 30 cleanup will be held from 2:00pm - 4:00pm, where volunteers will be cleaning up around Founders Park and the adjacent roads and side walks in the downtown Johnson City area.

Date
November 30
Time
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Categories
Age requirements?
Is this event public?
Name of Group’s Contact Person/Coordinator
WCSO
Email of Group’s Contact Person/Coordinator
susanc@wcso.net
Phone Number of Group’s Contact Person/Coordinator
(423)753-1845
How can volunteers signup to participate?
Address of Rally Point for Cleanup event (Street, City, State, Zip)
Founders Park
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