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BeltLine Beautification Project

On the third Saturday of each month, we host our BeltLine Beautification Project however in April we will be celebrating Earth Day at the BeltLine on April 24 and not April 18. Click here for details.

Volunteers beautify and protect our section, which may include: painting kindness rocks, spreading mulch, plantings, removing invasive plants, picking up trash and debris, cleaning signs and fixtures, and taking note of any damage or vandalism. This project is perfect for any age, families, and groups.

About the Atlanta BeltLine


The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable redevelopment project and one of the largest urban redevelopment programs in the United States. The 22-mile loop of multi-use trails has around two million visitors a year. The Atlanta BeltLine relies on numerous partners and volunteers each year to develop new trails and maintain the existing green space.

We will be practicing safe protocols such as:


- Pebble Tossers Staff will be wearing masks
- Hand Sanitizer and wipes will be provided
- Volunteers must bring their own mask, work gloves and water bottle
- We will practice working at a safe distance


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

Click here for details

Earth Day 2021 & Global Youth Service Day

Earth Day is April 22 of every year. The first Earth Day in 1970 mobilized milions of Americans for the protection of the planet and is now recognized as the planet's largest civic event according to earthday.org. The theme for 2021 is "Restore our Earth."

In April we will be celebrating Earth Day and Global Youth Service Day at our BeltLine Project.

Volunteers beautify and protect our section, which may include: painting kindness rocks, spreading mulch, plantings, removing invasive plants, picking up trash and debris, cleaning signs and fixtures, and taking note of any damage or vandalism. This project is perfect for any age, families, and groups.

If you are not a Pebble Tossers Member and would like to participate in this Open Project

April: click here to register

About the Atlanta BeltLine


The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable redevelopment project and one of the largest urban redevelopment programs in the United States. The 22-mile loop of multi-use trails has around two million visitors a year. The Atlanta BeltLine relies on numerous partners and volunteers each year to develop new trails and maintain the existing green space.

We will be practicing safe protocols such as:

- Pebble Tossers Staff will be wearing masks
- Hand Sanitizer and wipes will be provided
- Volunteers must bring their own mask, work gloves and water bottle
- We will practice working at a safe distance


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

Click here for details

Recycle, Upcycle, and Repurpose Art Contest

To celebrate Earth Day 2021, Pebble Tossers is holding a special contest! One of our goals is to continually educate and inform you, our members, with service-learning resources and hands-on opportunities. Environmental Stewardship is a key component to our Environment Cause Area and our Recycle, Upcycle, and Repurpose Art contest will be a fun and creative way for students and families to explore recycling and upcycling methods.

General Description of the Contest: The Recycle, Upcycle and Repurpose Art contest will consist of the design and creation of a work of
art made from recycled parts that represent the artist's interpretation of the theme "Restore our
Earth". (Definition of Repurposed: taking one thing and reusing it as something else.)

Below are just a few examples of items you can use to create something new.

- Clothing (t-shirts, jeans)
- Aluminum can pop- tops
- Bottle caps
- Plastic and glass bottles
- Tin cans
- Scrap wood
- Paper Products ( magazines, newspapers, paper rollers)

Contest Rules
1. Applications must be submitted by April 21, 2021. Click here for the application.
2. At least 90% of materials must be recycled
3. Include a list of all material used
4. An artist's statement must be included with the work of art explaining how it represents
the Earth Day Theme of "Restore our World".
5. Four Categories: elementary, middle, high school, and family/adult
6. A high-resolution photo of the finished project in landscape photo mode must be included with the application.


Registering on the Pebble Tossers website allows you to easily record your hours. You can create your project any day as long as you submit your application by April 21.

Your photo will be uploaded to the Pebble Tossers Instagram account on April 21, 2021. Please be sure to share the post with all your family and friends asking them to like it. All posts will be actively receiving likes for the entire week of April 19 - 23. The post with the most likes by the end of Friday, April 23 will be announced as the overall winner. Each post will also be marked by age level and will be judged by category. You will compete with others in your age level category (elementary, middle, high school, and adult/family.)

Winners will be announced at our Earth Day/ Global Youth Service Day project on April 24 at the Atlanta BeltLine.



Contact Person: Lisa Gill

Click here for details