Rotary Announces Next "Community Shred-it", May 8th

To continue the celebration of Earth Day and to help our environment, the Rotary Club of Madison is happy to announce a repeat of its popular community recycling project: "Community Shred", which will take place on Saturday, May 8, 2010 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. at the parking lot of the Provident Bank, 98 Main Street, Madison.

The public is invited to bring their file boxes of unwanted confidential/personal documents and other sensitive papers to be securely shredded on site by SHRED-IT, Inc. Observe your documents being destroyed on the specially-equipped truck-mounted shredder. The cost will be $5.00 per file box. Larger boxes will cost slightly more. No need to be a Madison resident to take advantage of this service.

Let the Rotary Club help you with spring cleaning. Avoid identity theft and prevent fraud. This is a good time to empty your cabinets, files and closets of sensitive documents no longer necessary to keep. At the same time, you are helping the environment, as these shredded papers will be recycled into other paper products.

The proceeds raised through this project will be "recycled" by the Rotary Club of Madison into community projects. For further information contact Carmela Moeller at 973-224-0415 or carmoeller@aol.com

NOTE: The Rotary Club of Madison offers business and professional people the opportunity to serve locally and internationally. For 87 years, through its fundraising efforts, the club has assisted people in need, currently donating approximately $50,000 annually to charities, non-profits, and local initiatives. Rotarians also work on local projects: building gardens for seniors, maintaining the grounds at the Library, participating in Bottle Hill Day, distributing dictionaries to all 3rd graders, and sponsoring the annual Taste of Madison. It is more than a social and business net-working club, it is a club for leaders who care, neighbors who share, building a better future. Please contact John Hoover at johnfhoover@msn.com for information.

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