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The Tuscarawas County Literacy Coalition will be hosting a document-shredding and e-cycling event this Saturday from 10am to noon at the First Federal Community Bank on the Boulevard in Dover. (Tuscarawas County Literacy Coalition)

DOVER - The Tuscarawas County Literacy Coalition will be hosting a document-shredding and destruction event from 10 am to noon this Saturday, July 20th, in the parking lot of First Federal Community Bank on the Boulevard in Dover.

Items accepted for shredding include legal documents, old tax records, medical records and financial statements with a maximum of four boxes of documents per vehicle.

 E-waste will also be accepted including computers, keyboards, computer mice, desktop printers, flat-screen monitors, routers, file server computers, laptops, modems, fax machines, and hard drives. There is an option to have hard drives destroyed before being recycled. Old-style monitors (CRTs) and floor model printers can also be recycled for a small fee.

There is no cost to recycle items; however, freewill donations to benefit the Tuscarawas County Literacy Coalition will be accepted. Volunteers will direct participants as they enter the lower parking lot and unload boxes or bags of materials into the hoppers manned by shredding professionals.

For more information, call Jim Gill at the Dover Public Library at 330-343-6123. To learn more about the Tuscarawas County Literacy Coalition, visit www.tuscarawascountyliteracycoalition.org.

TUSCARAWAS COUNTY LITERACY COALITION
 


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