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More than 250 Indy Youth will Compete for Summer Employment with KIB
INDIANAPOLIS – (February 29, 2012) Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) will hold tryouts for “the world’s greatest summer job” this Saturday, at their Fountain Square office.

More than 250 area high school students have signed up for the Youth Tree Team Challenge Day at the KIB headquarters (1029 Fletcher Ave.) on Saturday, March 3. Youth will compete in obstacles that test their willingness to work hard and get their hands dirty—activities will vary from water bucket slaloms, mulch races, calisthenics, and much more. They will be competing for 65 coveted spots on the 2012 team—with many youth returning from year to year.

The KIB Youth Tree Team is a paid 9-week summer program that employs Indianapolis high school students and young adults to preserve and maintain the trees that are planted through KIB’s NeighborWoods program—an initiative to plant 100,000 trees in Marion County.

  • WHO: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and more than 250 Indy youth
  • WHEN: Saturday, March 3. Morning tryouts will be held from 10AM to noon, and afternoon tryouts will be held from 1PM to 3PM.
  • WHERE: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Office | 1029 Fletcher Ave. (media parking is available at Calvary Tabernacle, 902 Fletcher Avenue)

About Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB)
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization uniting people to build community and transform public spaces through aesthetic and environmental improvement. In 2011, KIB worked with more than 46,000 volunteers on over 600 community projects throughout the city. To learn more, visit, or follow us on Twitter @kibiorg and like us on Facebook @kibiorg.