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Keep Lee County Beautiful Announces Newest Board Member

 [Fort Myers, FL] (May 16, 2024) Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc. (KLCB) is dedicated to inspiring, educating, and engaging the Lee County community in efforts to enhance, beautify, and safeguard our environment. KLCB is thrilled to announce a new member to their esteemed Board of Directors.

Joining the KLCB board is Kathy Stefanski.  “I cannot be happier to welcome Kathy to our growing board of directors. Kathy truly embodies the spirit of community, and her dedication and energy brings a fresh perspective to the table making her a valuable addition to Keep Lee County Beautiful,” Trish Fancher, Executive Director.

Having moved to Cape Coral four years ago, Kathy Stefanski loves living in Lee County and making a difference in the community. Originally a Michigan resident with a degree in Early Education, Kathy spent 10 years as the owner and director of a preschool and daycare before starting her career in banking.

Kathy uses her professional experience to help people outside of work. She serves as Treasurer for the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce, a mentor through the Boys & Girl Clubs of Lee County, as well as a volunteer at The Heights Foundation. Likewise, a lover of the outdoors, Kathy now looks forward to helping clean up and re-beautify Lee County.

Keep Lee County Beautiful is grateful for the invaluable partnerships with our community leaders and businesses, as well as the dedication of their strong volunteer base. KLCB is grateful for the commitment to their cause and looks forward to continuing their mission of preserving and protecting the beauty of Lee County. Join them in welcoming Kathy to their team!

About Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc.

Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc., established in 1989, is the county’s largest volunteer-based community action and education organization. This local nonprofit forms public-private partnerships and programs that engage individuals to take greater responsibility for improving their community environments.

For more information, call 239-334-3488 or visit

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