Chantilly Girl Hopes Winning Junior Reporter Contest can Help Keep Loudoun Beautiful

Chantilly Girl Hopes Winning Junior Reporter Contest can Help Keep Loudoun Beautiful

Like many children, Elizabeth Mosley hopes to “clean up” in life, and she is not waiting until she becomes an adult to get started.

Elizabeth, who lives in Chantilly and attends Catholic school in Fairfax, is one of the semifinalists in the WTOP Junior Reporter competition. Her video is about Cascade Trash Bash and Keep Loudoun Beautiful’s efforts to keep Loudoun County litter-free.

The winner in the contest receives $500 for themselves and $1,000 for their school. They will also be featured on WTOP and receive a tour of the Glass-Enclosed Nerve Center. The winners will be announced Nov. 16.

According to her mother, Carrie-Anne Mosley, Elizabeth is going to donate the prize money to Keep Loudoun Beautiful if she wins. You can watch her video at youtube.com/watch?v=4b3wNVO19_c.

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