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The Ring Leader Reporter

Letters about the Chain of Hope on the Mall.

After being challenged to help make the world environmentally safe back in at the Spectrum of Light Conference in Washington, D.C., Ashley returned to her home town determined to make a difference. She began working on Girl Scout environment badges such as Eco-Action and came up with the project "Chain of Hope" (hope for a substantial future). She calculated that if people nationwide would collect enough recyclable six-pack rings to stretch across the United States, 19.5 million recyclable six-pack rings would be kept out of landfills.

Working in partnership with Hi-Cone, she is asking kids across the nation to join the Ring Leader Program and collect rings to create a "Chain of Hope" long enough to stretch across the United States. This year-long program began at the Spectrum of Light Youth March in Washington, D.C. This "Chain of Hope" will minimize waste, prevent pollution, encourage recycling, show action, and help to educate our communities on the importance of taking care of the Earth.

  • Read a letter from Lauch Faircloth, United States Senator to Ashley Wilkins, Founder Kids B.E.S.T
  • Read a letter from Matt Hayden, Hi-Cone to Dominic Finelli, Custom Vending

 

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