Texas Recycles Day is a statewide public awareness campaign that aims to educate Texans on the environmental and economic benefits of waste reduction and recycling. Its success served as the model for the development of America Recycles Day.
Texas Recycles Day is working in cooperation with the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling (STAR) to give all Texas Communities access to America Recycles Day materials and resources.
Keep Carrollton Beautiful is participating by holding an event on Saturday, November 1 from 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the parking lot at Newman Smith High School (2335 N. Josey Lane).
For more information about volunteering, contact Keep Carrollton Beautiful through email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit keepcarrolltonbeautiful.org
The items we are set to collect…..check back for more too:
Yarn – collecting for the Senior Center who knits hats and mittens for nearby hospitals
Car Batteries – Firestone – they will accept tires at their location too
Light Bulbs and regular batteries – don’t let these go to landfill
Electronics – all electronics will be collected and recycled – ALL TVs.
Books – CFBISD annual book sale
Goodwill will be on hand to collect things that don’t fall into the above categories
Would your group like to collect something that our citizens have…….let us know and we will set up a table for you to collect…
WE NEED VOLUNTEERS for this event….if your high school students need hours, this is the place to get them and they will be fed too.
PAPER SHRED-A-THON – 9:00am to 12:00am
The Rotary Club of Carrollton-Farmers Branch will host a Drive-Up Shred-A-Thon fundraiser Saturday, November 1 at 9am-12noon in the Newman Smith High School front parking lot at 2335 N. Josey. Avoid identity theft and paper jams by bringing old bills, tax returns, statements and personal documents to be professionally shredded. Staples and paper clips are okay.
Suggested donations for shredding are $10 for the first box and $5 for other boxes. Cash and credit cards accepted.
Preceeds support community service projects and grants of the CFB Rotary Club. For more information, visit www.cfbrotary5810.org.