The Environmental Club at Lanier High School in Sugar Hill was one of five organizations recently honored as a "Great American Cleanup" winner.
In addition to the Lanier HS Enviornmental Club, Duluth-based Primerica, the Peachtree Corners and United Peachtree Civic Association, the Gwinnett Daily Post and the Gwinnett Community Alliance in partnership with City of Norcross and Gwinnett Village CID were recognized for their efforts.
“We are humbled by the show of support from the local community for this year’s Great American Cleanup – Gwinnett Challenge,” said Connie Wiggins, Executive Director for Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful, in a released statement. “It is truly inspiring to see the ingenuity of and variety in the project submissions we received from participants. Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful wishes to extend our sincere gratitude to the people of Gwinnett for working together to make a difference for our environment and to make the Great American Cleanup – Gwinnett Challenge 2014 such a huge success. We are already in the planning stages to make next year’s Challenge even bigger and better!”
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