Keep Wakulla County Beautiful (KWCB.org) champions an Adopt-A-Road litter prevention program that enables citizens and businesses to show pride in Wakulla County by reducing the amount of unsightly and dangerous debris alongside roadways.
Rybak Realty’s second of four scheduled 2023 clean-ups took place on Earth Day, April 22nd. Heather Rybak of Rybak Realty and Mike Avery of University Lending Group donned reflective safety gear to benefit the community through civic involvement and area beautification. Together, they collected an estimated 50 pounds of rubbish from the sides of Cajer Posey Road. Three cheers!
NOTE: Litter has the potential to pose a threat to the health and well-being of people, wildlife, and the overall environment. Study after study shows “clean and green” neighborhoods tend to be safer than neighborhoods that are littered with garbage and automobile debris. Cleanliness matters.
VOLUNTEER! Rybak Realty welcomes extra hands for its next Big Bend clean-up during the 3rd Quarter of 2023. Be sure to follow Rybak Realty, LLC on LinkedIn, visit https://RybakRealty.US, and/or check TalChamber Member Events for announcement of the next date.