Trashy Ladies are a group of dedicated women of the community that want or streets, our parks, and our County to be a clean place to live and raise a family.
They are passionate (and outspoken, very outspoken) about being responsible stewards of the environment.
The Trashy Ladies are quick to praise those who do their part, and even quicker to call out those who do not.
Do you have what it takes to be a Trashy Lady? If so volunteer today!
Pinehurst Mayor TW Permenter has proclaimed August "Curbside Recycling Awareness" month for Orange County. "Trashy Ladies" say Sign up for curbside recyclingSign up today!
West Orange Mayor Randy Branch proclaims August “Curbside Recycling Awareness” month for Orange County. Trashy Ladies” say Sign up for curbside recycling by clicking here
The TRASHY LADIES of Keep Orange County Beautiful recognize fellow citizen Curtis Green for his hard work and dedication in beautifying not only his family’s yard but also maintains State Hwy 87 easement adjacent to his family’s property.
While going by the name Trashy Ladies, they are anything but. These ladies have class and spunk. For years, they have tried reaching out to citizens on the importance of recycling and the destructive nature of littering. This Saturday, they, along with volunteers...
A plethora of responses to the inaugural Keep Orange Clean event held in March, Mayor Larry Spears Jr., with Trashy Lady Sandra Hoke and Keep Orange County Beautiful announced joining together to kick off Second Saturday Clean-Up. “We are starting a monthly cleaning...
Sandra Cash and Sandra Hoke jokingly call themselves the ‘Trashy Ladies’ for their passion for cleaning up Orange and encouraging others to recycle.
Sandra Hoke, KOCB board member has started The Field of Plenty behind the Orange Christian Services (OCS) on Park Avenue. They will grow vegetables for the use of OCS.