SaddleBrooke Ranch will hold its first community shredding event on October 7 from 9:00 a.m. until noon or until the truck is full.
Residents of both SaddleBrooke Ranch and SaddleBrooke are encouraged to bring their old documents and electronics to be shredded and recycled. The event is sponsored by Community Church at SaddleBrooke.
Cost is $5 per box of documents or electronics. Shredding services provided by Beacon Secure, an Arizona non-profit corporation. All proceeds will go to Youth on Their Own – YOTO.
Youth on Their Own helps homeless kids in grades 6-12 by providing an education plan and support through food and supplies. There are currently around 6,000 homeless youth on the streets of Tucson. Visit the Youth on Their Own website at www.yoto.org.
Acceptable Electronics: amplifiers, answering machines, audio equipment, cable boxes, cables and wires, calculators, cameras, cell phones, circuit boards, computers (no CRT tubes) computer peripherals, copiers, CD players, DVD players, electronic components, fax machines, hard drives, keyboards, mice, Kindles, laptops, power strips, printers, radios, rechargeable batteries, remotes, scanners, speakers, stereos, telephones, typewriters, VCR players, video and game equipment.
We Cannot Accept: televisions of any kind, CRT tube or flat screen; rear projection equipment.
Questions? Contact Kerry Blount at email@example.com.