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Mon August 5, 2013
Oakland County teen gets recognized for her efforts to clean up her community
When you're walking in your favorite park, what do you do when you see trash? Plastic bags, empty bottles, and cigarette butts?
Chances are most of us would shake our heads in dismay at the nerve of someone who would deliberately litter like that and keep on walking.
We wanted you to meet an Oakland County teenager who doesn't just keep on walking. She puts on her rubber gloves and picks up other peoples' trash.
17 year old Brianna Moore has just been recognized by a San Francisco group called "Action For Nature." They've given Briana an International Young Eco-Hero Award for her efforts to clean up her community.
Brianna Moore joined us today from her home in Oak Park.
Listen to the full interview above.
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