It may not seem like it, but sooner or later, we're going to reach Springtime, and it'll be time to get out in the yard. Lawn-fertilizing, flower-planting, mulch-spreading Springtime. And, thanks to Keep Northern Illinois Beautiful (KNIB), if you act while supplies last, you won't have to pay for the mulch.
As I've pointed out in previous posts, I always know when it's time for another Keep Northern Illinois Beautiful (KNIB) clothing drive because my wife Amy will leave plastic bags lying in front of my closet. The message is clear: start packing up the stuff that you don't wear anymore, or I will.
It became a yearly event in our house quite a while ago. I'd come home to find a bunch of bags in front of my closet, only to be disappointed to find the bags completely empty. When I asked why there were empty bags lying in front of the closet, my wife Amy informed me that Keep Northern Illinois Beautiful (KNIB) was holding a clothing drive, and that I should get cracking. As in, clean out the cl