Two Chester County Students Named Young Ambassadors of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania to Ramp Up Litter Prevention Measures

CHESTER COUNTY, PA — Pennsylvania’s newest ambassadors of cleanliness and beauty have been announced! Henri Brunel, Grade 12, Conestoga High School, and Naomi Tzoanos, Grade 11, Owen J. Roberts High School, are among the slate recently chosen as Young Ambassadors of Pennsylvania for 2022-2023.

The new-to-Pennsylvania program aims to build community stewards and civic leaders by inspiring, engaging, and empowering young Pennsylvanians to not only keep their communities clean and beautiful but also become ambassadors in their community for a shared vision of a clean and beautiful Pennsylvania.

The program, being administered by Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, was recommended in the Commonwealth’s litter action plan, announced by Governor Tom Wolf in November 2021. Students applied to the program and were chosen through a competitive application process.

The students have committed to eight months of service as an ambassador while representing and upholding the mission and values of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful. From October through May 2023, they will also develop civic leadership skills advocating for clean and beautiful communities.

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