For Immediate Release: April 7, 2011
Little hands making
a big difference on Earth Day
ARIZ. (April 7, 2011) A
group of local second-graders have some big ideas about recycling, and they
will be sharing those ideas with Goodyear leaders Monday evening.
Miller's second grade class at Wildflower Elementary School in Goodyear
recently wrote individual letters to the mayor, describing their thoughts on
the importance of recycling. The mayor and councilmembers were so impressed by
their creativity and foresightedness, they invited the class to participate in
the city's recognition of Earth Day at the council meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday,
April 11. April 22 is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.
industrious youngsters have put together an original comic book on the subject
of recycling. The comic book will be presented to council at the meeting.
own award-winning recycling campaign mascot, Curby, will be on hand to meet and
greet these forward-thinking children, and plans to have some special items for
the students who attend the council presentation.
is open to the public and photography and video is encouraged! We look forward
to seeing you there.