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KMB received a $3,500 Think Green Grant from Waste Management. Russ Hightower presented this to KMB Director Brandi Fisher November 12th at the County Commission meeting.

This event has been cancelled due to the approaching storm system, updates to come on the after rescheduling has become official.

Barrington Park & Altamaha River Cleanup 2019

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Brandi Fisher

Brandi Fisher

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DATE  9.20.19

Keep McIntosh Beautiful Announces New Executive Director

Keep McIntosh Beautiful (KMB) has named Brandi Fisher its new Executive Director, effective October 1.  She succeeds Julie Sowell who has served in the position since 2016 and will now be joining the KMB Board of Directors.  Fisher will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the volunteer non-profit, the local affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and one of 78 state affiliates in the Keep Georgia Beautiful network.

“I’m very excited about taking on the role of Executive Director for Keep McIntosh Beautiful,” says Fisher.  “I look forward to serving the community and am dedicated to helping lead efforts to ensure the beauty of the place we call home is protected and maintained.”

Most recently, Fisher has been employed with the Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority as a Development Assistant.  Many in McIntosh County may know her from the McIntosh County YMCA, where she served as business manager for five years. She also has previous experience in the hospitality industry, and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.  Fisher grew up in Brunswick and has lived in McIntosh County since 2012.  She and her husband Al Fisher have a two-year old daughter, Tilly.  The Brunswick High School graduate is currently pursuing a General Business degree through Troy University.


It’s the mission of KMB to engage residents, businesses and organizations in working together for a clean, green environment that enhances economic activity and helps make Darien and McIntosh County a great place to live, work, play and visit.  And together, we are making a difference!

Community involvement and support are what make possible Adopt-A-Highway, land and water cleanups, beautification projects, recycling and waste reduction events, our award-winning Abandoned Buildings Program and other activities.

KMB was named Non-Profit of the Year for 2017 by the Darien-McIntosh Chamber of Commerce.

 


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Join us TODAY during our Summer Membership Drive.  Your membership donation is 100% tax deductible.

KMB is already into an exciting new year.  There are so many ways to be involved in Keeping McIntosh Beautiful.

 

Cigarette Butts are America’s single most littered item!

Georgia’s Coast is Not An Ashtray is a Coast-wide awareness campaign funded by a grant from Keep America Beautiful that will have activities all summer long focused on proper disposal of cigarette butts and the problems caused by cigarette litter.  READ MORE

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A Storm Drain is Not an Ashtray

A beach is not an ashtray

A boat ramp is not an ashtray

Purpose

Preserving and protecting our coastal environment to enhance the beauty and economic activity of McIntosh County.

Mission

Engaging individuals and businesses to take greater responsibility for improving our community surroundings.

Vision

Working together for a greener, cleaner McIntosh County.

Goals

  • Education in the schools
  • Sign Code Adoption
  • Adopt-A-Highway
  • River Clean Up
  • Beautification
  • Recycling