fbpx

Keeping Beaufort Beautiful

Frank and Victoria Winters helped kick off the Great American Clean-Up in Beaufort County. The couple relocated to Beaufort in November and is celebrating 60 years of marriage. They walk on Johnny Morral Circle everyday for exercise and were amazed at the amount of trash and debris in the area. Instead of complaining, they decided to do something about it. In two days the couple picked up 42 bags of trash, moved two large televisions, and one big truck tire to the edge of the road for pickup and disposal. “Now that’s love,” exclaimed Veronica Miller, Keep Beaufort County Beautiful coordinator. “Love for each other and love for the environment”, she said.
Frank and Victoria Winters helped kick off the Great American Clean-Up in Beaufort County. The couple relocated to Beaufort in November and is celebrating 60 years of marriage. They walk on Johnny Morral Circle everyday for exercise and were amazed at the amount of trash and debris in the area. Instead of complaining, they decided to do something about it. In two days the couple picked up 42 bags of trash, moved two large televisions, and one big truck tire to the edge of the road for pickup and disposal. “Now that’s love,” exclaimed Veronica Miller, Keep Beaufort County Beautiful coordinator. “Love for each other and love for the environment”, she said.
Previous Story

Annual Beaufort Twilight Run takes off

Next Story

Local schools earn state awards

Latest from Community

Beaufort Shrimp Festival set for Friday, Saturday

From staff reports It’s almost time for one of the most anticipated events of the year

FIRST FRIDAY

Walker Dean, far right, and Eric Taylor entertained the growing First Friday crowd with popular songs