Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful officials recently announced the 19 members of its Green Youth Advisory Council’s Class of 2017-2018.
The council is designed to encourage youth engagement and environmental stewardship. Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful has had the council since 2014 and high school students can apply, with recommendations from school administrators, each year.
“All of our Green Youth Advisory Councils in the past have been led by outstanding students within our community,” Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Executive Director Schelly Marlatt said in a statement. “We are proud to continue to build upon Keep America Beautiful’s remarkable model of youth service alongside other KAB affiliates all across the nation.”