Youth & Beaut(ification)

Kingman Mayor Richard Anderson in the Center, with Kingman Clean City Commissioner Clarence “C” Russell with the 2016 students winners of the American Recycles Day Poster and Essay Contest at Kingman Council Chambers on Thursday. From the left is Cody Bush, Jorden Murphy, Trenten Sommers, Holly Kennedy, Kaydence Douglass, Daylee Brazdys, Isabel Lopez, Elise Alleman, Mackenzie Hecht, Anika Batiste, Natashia Ziegenmeyer, Sophia Meredith, Cherokee Holguin, Robert Brackett, Isabella Frisby, Kaden Lewis, Lanie Dela Pena, Brooke Forsse, Aspen Martinez, Amelia Brackett, Breann Latimer, and Brianna Oktay.

Courtesy/Nina Brackett

Kingman Mayor Richard Anderson in the Center, with Kingman Clean City Commissioner Clarence “C” Russell with the 2016 students winners of the American Recycles Day Poster and Essay Contest at Kingman Council Chambers on Thursday. From the left is Cody Bush, Jorden Murphy, Trenten Sommers, Holly Kennedy, Kaydence Douglass, Daylee Brazdys, Isabel Lopez, Elise Alleman, Mackenzie Hecht, Anika Batiste, Natashia Ziegenmeyer, Sophia Meredith, Cherokee Holguin, Robert Brackett, Isabella Frisby, Kaden Lewis, Lanie Dela Pena, Brooke Forsse, Aspen Martinez, Amelia Brackett, Breann Latimer, and Brianna Oktay.

KINGMAN – The Kingman Clean City Commission would like to thank all who made the 2016 American Recycles Day Poster and Essay Contest a success.

Our sincere appreciation to all 29 classroom participating teachers from several local schools from kindergarten through 8th grade – Kingman Academy primary, intermediate and middle schools and Kingman Unified Cerbat and Manzanita elementary schools – who encouraged their students to be a part of the 2016 America Recycles Day Contest.

Thank you to all 641 students who submitted posters and essays for judging. Special thanks goes to many local businesses who sponsored the classroom snacks and individual prizes: Little Debbie/McKee Foods, McDonald’s, Taco Bell/Desert de Oro Foods, Signs of Chaos and the Kingman Sanitation Department.

Thank you to Mayor Richard Anderson, who presented the winning students with award certificates on the Clean City Commission meeting Thursday. Recognition was given to 22 winning students.

Thank you to the families and friends of these 22 winning students who supported them at the awards ceremony.

Sincere recognition to the teachers who took time in their busy schedules to recognize the winning students at City Hall The Kingman Clean City Commission and the Kingman Sanitation Department would like to extend our thanks to the community support of the Recycling Drop Off locations at various sites.

Please continue to practice the 3Rs: “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle!” Everyone has a hand in keeping Kingman clean and beautiful.