Brentwood Trash Cans Beautified in Community Effort

The annual event brings families and scouts for some artistic fun.

On Saturday, for the 11th year, families and scout groups came to the Brentwood Public Works garage to apply a personal touch to 35 city trash cans.

The city supplied the white cans, a variety of paint colors, and candy to keep the workers happy. Look for the finished product around the city.

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Mayor Mark Kurtz started the tradition, public works supintendent Jim  Nahmensen said. The cans are donated each year by Brentwood business,.

The Brentwood Daisy Troop 1496 from School, Girl Scout Troop 126 and Webelos Pack 655 were there to paint.


Alex April 27, 2012 at 02:08 AM
This activity was lots of fun!


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