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Are you a farm owner, operator or resident with old, unused farm tires laying around? District residents can recycle their implement, tractor and semi tires at the Farm Tire Recycling Collection.
Registration is required! Register Monday, August 12 through Friday, August 23 to participate. Take a look at the flyer for details.
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OSS Ottawa County Education Specialist, Amanda Hatt, presented recycling info. to kids yesterday during a summer program at the Oak Harbor Public Library. While talking about recycling, Amanda let the kids "sort" materials that can and cannot be recycled. She also talked to the kids about proper handling of the materials before they are placed in the recycling bin.
The kids also had a chance to make crafts from reusing materials. The kids made a plastic mobile with a planet, rocket and star, made paperboard bookmarks, created an alien made from an old CD and designed a UFO made from a paper plate.
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OSS Sandusky County Education Specialist, Jennifer Sherman, participated in Nature at the Grove on Saturday. The nature focused event was hosted by the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library and Museums at Spiegel Grove. Kids decorated a message to inspire others to take care of the earth. ... See MoreSee Less

The Fremont Federal Credit Union will once again be providing paper shredding for all residents at the Port Clinton Office next week on Thursday, June 20.

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The District's Seneca County Education Specialist, Monica Perry, recently provided a children's program at Bliss Library in Bloomville. The program coordinated with the library's summer reading program theme, "Reading Is Out Of This World".
To connect the library's theme with recycling, Mrs. Perry read the book Michael Recycle to the children and discussed how anyone can be a "superhero" in the world of recycling.
In addition, Mrs. Perry assisted the children in creating their own recycling hero from recycled paper and a comic book with a recycling or litter prevention message.
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