America Recycles Day - Saturday, November 12, 2011

Join Montgomery County Solid Waste District on Saturday, November 12, 2011 for “America Recycles Day” at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery located at 2600 Deweese Parkway, in Dayton, Ohio.

On Saturday, November 12, 2011, the first 300 people who bring 10 aluminum cans to the museum will receive free admission for the day.  All others with 10 aluminum cans will receive a $3.00 discount on admission.

From 9 a.m. until Noon, there will be special programs and activities including mascot appearances by Odyssey the Otter, Curby the Recycling Cardinal, and Heater from the Dayton Dragons.

“America Recycles Day” is a national awareness campaign to increase recycling and encourage people to buy items made from recycled materials. 

Additionally, the Solid Waste District is conducting a drawing for prizes made from recycled materials. Entries will be selected from pledges submitted.  For more information, please call 937-225-4999.

 

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