The Taylor United Methodist Youth Group of twelve ambitious youth and their sponsor, Belinda Schroder, along with Pastor Dennis Davenport volunteered their help at the Clothing Closet Clothing Closet located at the First Christian Church in Burwell on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. to sort clothing, sort hangers for recycling, flatten boxes, vacuum the entire basement, straighten clothing in various rooms and in general have a great time. They dined on pizza before going to work and gave the Clothing Closet a big boost in getting clothing out and ready for the public. All the volunteers who work at the Clothing Closet greatly appreciate the help provided by the Taylor UMWYG. Thank you for coming and sprucing up the Clothing Closet.
Visit https://americarecyclesday.org/pledge/ to take the pledge to recycle. Keep Loup Basin Beautiful (KLBB) is grant-funded through the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) and Keep America Beautiful; and is a project of the Loup Basin RC&D Council that promotes litter prevention, waste reduction, recycling, and beautification. KLBB serves thirteen counties in central and north-central Nebraska. For more information about KLBB’s education programs, visit www.keeploupbasinbeautiful.org, or like them on Facebook. Contact the Loup Basin RC&D office (308)-346-3393 or stop by the office at the Loup Rivers Scenic Byway Interpretive Center, 330 South Highway 11 Burwell, Nebraska.
Pictured: Dean Schroder – Taylor United Methodist Youth Group