Photo:: "Matching Colors" by DeMonte
Photo: "Wild Lily", by E. Rhodes-Mims
KOBA is a nonprofit whose mission is to restore and maintain the
natural beauty of Oconee County through
EDUCATION, AWARENESS, COOPERATION, and ACTION.
Since 1985, KOBA has been an integral part of pursuing a litter-free environment
in the county through various programs such as Adopt-A-Highway,
elementary school litter-prevention educational programs, Saturday litter pickups,
participation in the Great American CleanUp Day, and more.
News & Events
2nd Saturday Litter PickUp
Join us for one of our upcoming "2nd Saturday PickUps" on October 14 and November 17. Grab a friend or co-worker, or come by yourself. Meet at the Food Lion parking lot at the corner of Hwy 123 and Old Clemson Highway at 9 AM. KOBA will provide bags, safety vests, and other supplies. PickUps last two hours.
Amanda Brock Headlines KOBAs 2023 Annual Meeting
THE [SENECA] JOURNAL | JUNE 23, 2023
Oconee County administrator Amanda Brock was the guest speaker at the annual meeting for Keep Oconee Beautiful Association (KOBA) in Walhalla on Thursday. Brock, Oconee’s 17th administrator, spoke to a room of almost 30 people at the Oconee History Museum about the top five priorities of the current county council — road infrastructure, sewer expansion, wages, solid waste facility improvements and the revitalization of the Utica community.
Several local officials were at the meeting, including State Senate President Thomas Alexander, Oconee Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, lead county attorney David Root, Oconee Republican Men’s Group president José Cabrera and Oconee Democrat chairwoman Jody Gaulin. Joseph Berry, an affiliate service manager of Keep SC Beautiful, also attended the meeting.
Since 1985, the nonprofit Keep Oconee Beautiful Association has had a mission to restore and maintain the natural beauty of Oconee County through education, awareness, cooperation and action. For more information about KOBA, visit kobasc.com.
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