The “Green Team” of Keep Brownwood Beautiful is recruiting members, and anyone interested can join.
“Keep Brownwood Beautiful will be working to encourage recycling and preventing litter,” KBB Program Coordinator Cary Perrin said Wednesday. “But we need help.”
Primarily, Perrin said, help is needed in the main stage area during and after the concerts on Friday and Saturday.
“Along with that good feeling one gets by helping out, you also will get into the concert for free,” Perrin said.
“We also encourage people to pick up after themselves,” Perrin said. “But that doesn’t always happen.”
Green Team members will be visible with specific identification, and will help clean up the seating areas as well as empty trash and recycling bins when they fill. Assistance is needed between the series of shows each night, and a final sweep will be conducted at the conclusion.
Interested members of the “Green Team” can sign up at the Keep Brownwood Beautiful tent near the entrance of the concert area.
Rick Springfield will be the headliners on Friday night, and Wade Bowen is the final act on Saturday night. Other performers will be opening for them.
The 12th annual Brownwood Reunion Celebration opens Friday, and continues through Sunday in downtown Brownwood.