One-Time Cleanups Invest in your community.  Inspire others.  Closely modeled after the Great American Cleanup, volunteers can now borrow cleanup material from Keep the Midlands Beautiful throughout the year in order to make an immediate, visual change in your community—at no cost to you!  Keep the Midlands Beautiful will lend cleanup supplies, including gloves, vests,

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The Great American Cleanup is underway and will continue until May 31st! Please plan a Spring cleanup with your neighborhood, civic group, school group, church group, or with your family.  Although the GAC ends on May 31, our cleanup efforts will not end after May 31!  In fact, Keep the Midlands Beautiful is happy to provide litter

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2021 Adopt-A-Highway Dates:  February 20th May 15th August 21st November 13th Please remember to fill out your report cards and submit them to us!  FOR UPCOMING SAFETY TRAINING CLICK HERE If you need supplies, please email us at to let us know your group name, county, how many grabbers and pairs of gloves you

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Great American Cleanup  For thirty volunteers have improved the Midlands area during Keep America Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup. Keep the Midlands Beautiful recruits volunteers, site captains, area businesses, local corporations and local sponsors to foster unity and strengthen community bonds through beautification and improvement efforts across Lexington & Richland Counties. This local community improvement program,

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Litter — a common source of pollution — threatens the health and beauty of far too many of our treasured lakes, streams and rivers. The Adopt-A-Waterway program offers volunteer groups the opportunity to address water-based litter issues in Richland and Lexington Counties. Please join us in protecting and cleaning up our creeks, rivers, lakes, boat

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Adopt-A-Highway/Adopt-A-Street The Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) program is sponsored by the SC Department of Transportation. Keep the Midlands Beautiful coordinates the AAH program for roads in Richland and Lexington Counties. Keep the Midlands Beautiful also coordinates the Adopt-A-Street program for the City of Columbia. Through the Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt -A-Street programs, caring citizens take part in preserving

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