By Karolyn Gephart
The 2019 Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner for Keep Pearland Beautiful will be on Thursday, November 14 at 6:30 pm at Pearland Lions Club. The community is invited to attend.
The Annual Meeting provides an opportunity for members of KPB and residents to celebrate all that KPB has accomplished throughout the year.
Information will be available regarding all of KPB’s environmental programs at the event.
The evening’s guest speaker will be Cullen Ondracek from City of Pearland Natural Resource Division. He will be presenting an update of the past two years since the division was created and an update on the Delores Fenwick Nature Center.
The Annual Awards Dinner will be combined with the Annual Meeting. KPB has been gathering nominations from the community for selecting individuals, organizations and businesses to receive its annual awards.
The Environmental Awards presented that night recognize individuals, organizations and businesses in Pearland that have made a significant contribution to conserving and improving the environment in Pearland in the past year.
According to KPB officials, nominations are only limited by imagination. The only requirement is that the person(s) or organization(s) nominated must have made a significant contribution to conserving and improving the environment in Pearland in the past year.
Past awards have included a Golden Pear Award, Business of the Year, Recycler of the Year, Re-Use Award, Clean Up Award, Beatification Award, School Volunteer Award, and Educator of the Year Award.
The winner(s) of the awards will be chosen by the Keep Pearland Beautiful awards committee.
Pearland Lions Club is located at 3350 S. Main St. in Pearland. Tickets are 420 per attendee. RSVP by November 12 to http://bit.ly/KPBDinner2019.
Keep Pearland Beautiful is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit environmental organization affiliated with Keep Texas Beautiful, Inc. and Keep America Beautiful, Inc.
For more information about the Keep Pearland Beautiful awards, the dinner or any of their other programs, check the website www.mykpb.org or call their office at 281-652-1659.