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Megan Raynor is a life long Fort Smith resident. Megan enjoys being involved in her community, by volunteering her time on several boards and committees. She joined Keep Fort Smith Beautiful to positively change the town she lives in. Megan said, “Our efforts can be seen immediately, whether it be a litter clean-up, tree planting, or education presentation. It feels good to make an impact where we live.”
I volunteer with Keep Fort Smith Beautiful because I care about the health of our city and our planet. The trashing our city is unacceptable to me and because I can’t stop the trashing I must help clean it up.
I am currently volunteering for: Future Fort Smith Followup Committee, Park Partners, STEPS Board of Directors, Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission, Keep Fort Smith Beautiful, Arkansas Citizens Climate League, River, and Valley Adoption Coalition.
Keley Simpson is a native Fort Smithian, She is also a regular recycler and user of reusable shopping bags. Keley joined KFSB in 2015 after attending a meeting and learning how KFSB strives to keep Fort Smith clean, green and beautiful. In 2017, she and two other Board members developed a curriculum called Talking Trash. The curriculum educates kids how to reduce their impact on the environment. Keley is an alumni of Leadership Fort Smith Class of 2020. She serves on Future Fort Smith Committee, as well several other non profit boards.
I joined KFSB to improve the community I live in and serve.
I joined Keep Fort Smith Beautiful because I deeply care about the sustainable development of our beloved City of Fort Smith. For our city to continue its growth it is essential that we keep it clean and ensure that we are not doing any harm to our environment in the process.
I joined the board of Keep Fort Smith Beautiful after I was introduced to the group through the projects they sponsored. I am proud of Fort Smith and pleased to be part of a well run organization dedicated to keeping our city a good place to live. KFSB provides a good mix of action and education needed to accomplish our goals. I look forward to making a contribution.
I moved to Fort Smith for a new position as a Utility Forester for OGE in the Fall of 2016.
Joining KFSB is a way to become part of beautification in an already lovely community, in the company of pleasant community activists.
It’s been great to become familiar with the community, meet interesting people and hopefully – be part of something in which to take pride.
I actually saw a group of friends that earnestly seek out ways to help in the community. And when I went to the meetings, I knew this group had a heart and a determination to make a difference in our city. A very hands-on, boots on the ground difference, and I wanted to be a part of it.