Eastern Kentucky PRIDE

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April is PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month

April is PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month across southern and eastern Kentucky. Since the first Spring Cleanup in 1998, 440,408 people have volunteered with PRIDE to pick up litter and make our region look its best.

The theme for the 2019 PRIDE Spring Cleanup is “Together We Can!” Together, we can:

  • Show our appreciation for the beautiful views and fun outdoor recreation spots that bless southern and eastern Kentucky.
  • Make our incredible landscape look its best to welcome tourists — who are so important to our local economy.
  • Enjoy the good company of our friends and family as we volunteer side by side.
  • Soak in the warm weather and spring scenery after a long winter.
  • Inspire others to dispose of trash properly. (Research has shown that litter is the result of individual behavior and once litter is on the ground, it attracts more litter. A clean community can discourage littering and improve community appearance and quality of life.)
  • Prove we are proud to call this region our home!
  • #Volunteer
  • #MakeADifference

How can you help clean up your community?

  • Work with your local PRIDE Coordinator to plan your own cleanup. Click here for a map of the PRIDE service area. Click on your county to find your local PRIDE Coordinator’s name and phone number.
  • Make plans to volunteer at a Spring Cleanup event, like those listed below. Watch this website and our Facebook page for new events.

Dale Hollow Spring Cleanup – April 13
Pulaski County Clean Sweep – April 18
Cumberland Falls Spring Cleanup – April 27
Woods Creek Lake Cleanup – May 4

PRIDE Coordinators, please click here for your Spring Cleanup forms.

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