Wachusett Region Recycling Events – 6/22/13


Now that the school year is coming to a close, you may be cleaning out old files and schoolwork. Bring your old binders to Staples for recycling and receive $2 off the purchase of a spiffy new binder. See this link: http://bit.ly/Lf7M3V for more information.

Men’s Warehouse is in the news regarding the unexplained firing of their founder, George Zimmer, the man who guaranteed ‘you’ll like the way you look.’ But they most likely will still hold their annual Suit Drive, which is planned for July. Suits, shirts, ties, shoes, dress coats, and related items are collected for donation to non-profit community agencies for distribution to those who can benefit from them.

Do you have a male mannequin that is looking for a new home? The Paxton Historical Commission needs a full-body, freestanding  mannequin to display a World War ll uniform. Contact Anita at (508) 798-5092 to arrange the donation.

Donate shoes you no longer need to Sterling Troop 189 Boy Scout Connor Glasier.  Donations of clean, gently used men’s, women’s or children’s shoes can be made in the collection boxes at these Sterling locations: Butterick Building, 1835 Town Hall, Conant Public Library, Clinton Savings Bank, Chocksett Middle School, Houghton Elementary School and Village Green Preschool/First Church. Money raised from the shoe donations will be used for the construction of benches that will be placed by Memorial Park’s Gazebo.

And let’s continue to root on those BRUINS!!


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