This throwback edition highlights one of KDB’s longest-running and largest programs, Adopt-A-Spot. Since 1990, our nearly 40 Adopt-A-Spot partners have worked hard year-round to ensure their mile of Denton roadway is litter-free. Volunteers are responsible for picking up thousands of pounds of litter each year from Denton’s roadways, contributing to a cleaner, more beautiful city; a higher quality of life for residents; and a vibrant local economy. Being an adopter gives participants an opportunity to give back to the community, teach their children about community responsibility, receive positive publicity for their business, and gain valuable community service experience.
We recently just updated our Adopt-A-Spot signs. Be sure to keep an eye out for them around town!
Check out those awesome KDB shirts the Denton Calvary Academy is sporting! You can pick up your very own 30th anniversary throwback baseball tee in the KDB online store.
KDB’s “30th Anniversary Snapshot” is a recurring blog segment, highlighting interesting and lesser-known features of KDB’s history, in honor of the organization’s 30th Anniversary Year. Acknowledgements to the KDB 30th Anniversary Committee; KDB Board Member, Mannix O’Connor; and former KDB staff member, Nicole Vance for their contributions to this post.