Town of Coyle Community Improvement Committee to paint local home

Fresh Paint Days, a Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB) program designed to encourage volunteers to seek out community structures and renovate them with the creative use of resources begins in September as the Town of Coyle Community Improvement Committee renovates the exterior of a historical home.

The home located at a prominent intersection has been a fixture in the community for over 100 years. The current owner, Ms. Thomas is eager to begin exterior renovations on her historical home. “Ms. Thomas has been a supportive member of our community, and this would be a great opportunity to ‘pay it forward’ in a sense,” said Town of Coyle Community Improvement Committee Chair, Brittany Cole.

“This project will not only directly impact and improve the quality of life for Ms. Thomas, it will also beautify this particular corner of Town significantly. As this house sits directly on one of the most driven paths of town it will be a noticeable improvement for the overall curb appeal of this intersection,” said Cole.

The group will have 30 days to complete their projects using donated paint from H.I.S Coatings of Oklahoma City and a stipend from Public Service Company of Oklahoma.

The Town of Coyle Community Improvement Committee will be one of 40 groups competing for the “Best Visual Impact Award” via KOB social media contest, ‘Communities Primed for Change.’ Finalists will be chosen based on their ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos. Winners will be announced at the Keep Oklahoma Beautiful 25th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards Celebration on November 30, 2015.

This year Keep Oklahoma Beautiful is celebrating 50 years as a statewide nonprofit with a mission to empower Oklahoma citizens to preserve and enhance the state’s natural beauty and ensure a healthy, sustainable environment.

For more information about KOB, Fresh Paint Days, and the sponsors of this program visit:


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