Caught green-handed!


Wilmington College student Ashley Andracki and staff member Kathy Hatfield were the first culprits in the annual Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Buster the Mouse, from the Clinton County Solid Waste District, caught Ashley and Kathy “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling container on the Wilmington College campus. Pictured from left are Kathy Hatfield, Buster the Mouse, Ashley Andracki and Dori Bishop, Education Specialist for the Solid Waste District. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For their efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Ashley and Kathy received several recycled content prizes, such as a hammock, duffel bag, and stainless steel water bottle, just to name a few. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars and newspapers. For a list of recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still three weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout … you could be the next person caught green-handed!


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Wilmington College student Ashley Andracki and staff member Kathy Hatfield were the first culprits in the annual Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Buster the Mouse, from the Clinton County Solid Waste District, caught Ashley and Kathy “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling container on the Wilmington College campus. Pictured from left are Kathy Hatfield, Buster the Mouse, Ashley Andracki and Dori Bishop, Education Specialist for the Solid Waste District. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For their efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Ashley and Kathy received several recycled content prizes, such as a hammock, duffel bag, and stainless steel water bottle, just to name a few. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars and newspapers. For a list of recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still three weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout … you could be the next person caught green-handed!

Wilmington College student Ashley Andracki and staff member Kathy Hatfield were the first culprits in the annual Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Buster the Mouse, from the Clinton County Solid Waste District, caught Ashley and Kathy “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling container on the Wilmington College campus. Pictured from left are Kathy Hatfield, Buster the Mouse, Ashley Andracki and Dori Bishop, Education Specialist for the Solid Waste District. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For their efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Ashley and Kathy received several recycled content prizes, such as a hammock, duffel bag, and stainless steel water bottle, just to name a few. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars and newspapers. For a list of recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still three weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout … you could be the next person caught green-handed!
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Week-1-Kathy-Hatfield-and-Ashley-Andracki-WC-campus.jpgWilmington College student Ashley Andracki and staff member Kathy Hatfield were the first culprits in the annual Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Buster the Mouse, from the Clinton County Solid Waste District, caught Ashley and Kathy “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling container on the Wilmington College campus. Pictured from left are Kathy Hatfield, Buster the Mouse, Ashley Andracki and Dori Bishop, Education Specialist for the Solid Waste District. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For their efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Ashley and Kathy received several recycled content prizes, such as a hammock, duffel bag, and stainless steel water bottle, just to name a few. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars and newspapers. For a list of recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still three weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout … you could be the next person caught green-handed! Courtesy photo
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