Daily News from New York, New York on November 20, 1980 · 189
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Daily News from New York, New York · 189

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"The slobs are the big people not the little people," Koch told the kids Tuesday at the start of the third annual "Team Up to Clean Up" contest among the city's elementary and junior high school students. Sponsored by the Sanitation Department, the Board of Education and the civic organization called I Love a Clean New York, the contest is designed to BE AN APPLE POLISHER teach children about their environment and encourage them to help with the city's litter and sanitation problems. "Regrettably, almost everybody litters," Koch said, "so, more than the contest, it is you taking home the message to your brothers, sisters and parents that can make the difference." The competition includes student activities in environmental education, an essay contest, song or jingle writing and a contest to design the best cleanup program for a neighborhood. 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