Earth Day 2017 Donors
The following businesses donated items to the 2017 Earth Day celebration:
94.3 Kat Country, KATI-FM Radio personalities Erin and Matt are donating their time to be hosts on the main stage at the Earth Day event.
Central Bank at 238 Madison St. in Jefferson City donated a $50 gift card for the winner of the Earth Day Slogan Contest, 573-634-1302.
Central Missouri Newspapers Inc. - Jefferson City News Tribune donated several newsprint end rolls for the Earth Day craft booth.
Coca-Cola in Jefferson City donated 24 two-liters and a Coca-Cola clock.
Dr. Pepper Dunkle Distributing in Jefferson City donated 24 two-litres of Dr. Pepper products and 24 juice boxes.
Hy-Vee in Jefferson City donated a $25 gift card to purchase coffee and pastries for teachers.
Jimmy Johns located on High Street n Jefferson City donated several box lunches.
Merrell University/Cosmetology in Jefferson City will offer massages, from those studying in the field of esthetics and beauty therapy, to teachers who visit the Teacher's Tent.
Missouri American Water is sponsoring The World Bird Sanctuary at Earth Day.
Missouri Geological Survey in Rolla is donating two Missouri Rock and Mineral sets and Missouri Resource Trading Cards.
Nature's Best in Jefferson City is donating donuts for the Teacher's Tent at Earth Day
Panera in Jefferson City will be donating 10 totes of coffee for the Teacher's Tent at Earth Day.
Scholastic in Jefferson City donated approximately 150 young adult novels..
Silver Dollar City in Branson donated 4 admission passes for the 2017 season.
St. Louis Cardinals donated a voucher good for two tickets to a 2017 game.
Wal-Mart at 724 W Stadium Blvd. in Jefferson City donated a $50 gift card.
Wal-Mart at 7401 Supercenter Drive in Jefferson City donated a $25 gift card.
The Earth Day celebration will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, April 21, 2017, at the Missouri State Capitol south lawn.
The Department of Natural Resources sponsors and hosts the event at the Capitol each year. Activities included information booths, games and displays about the environment. Many other state and federal agencies join the department and bring additional environmental displays and exhibits to the event.