‘April Showers Bring May Flowers’ Recycled Art Project Now Downtown


From Keep Newnan Beautiful

In honor of Earth day, Keep Newnan Beautiful wanted to create a project that would highlight the issue of recycling, and incorporate, support the local schools efforts to teach environmental education.

Environmental education is a huge part of the Keep Newnan Beautiful program along with encouraging and supporting proper recycling. In an effort to “marry” the two activities, two commission members created this art installation program. The idea was to partner schools and businesses to fund and create opportunities for environmental education.

The businesses that participated with this project provided funding to create an environmental scholarship program. The schools that participated in constructing flowers for a planter will have the opportunity to apply for these scholarships to be used for Environmental Education in their schools or classrooms.

Keep Newnan Beautiful would like to thank the following businesses for supporting this project:

• Lowe’s donated the materials.

• Terry Love of the Newnan Coweta Habitat for Humanity construction team created the planter plans and provided support for build day.

• Leadership Coweta Class of 2019 provided labor and assisted with building the planter bases.

• Blickle sponsored Northside Elementary

• Buffalo Rock sponsored Coweta Charter Academy

• Aimee Mcbrier of Josey, Brady, and Young Realty sponsored Moreland Elementary

• Joy Barnes of Berkshire Hathaway Realty sponsored Newnan High School

• Newnan Utilities sponsored Ruth Hill Elementary

• Niagara Bottling sponsored Welch Elementary

• Renee Horton of American Family Insurance sponsored Poplar Road Elementary

• Tree Protection Supply Company sponsored Elm Street Elementary

• Waste Industries sponsored Evans Middle School

• Waste Industries sponsored Newnan Crossing Elementary

• United Bank sponsored Western Elementary

• Yamaha Motor Manufacturing sponsored Eastside Elementary

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