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Recycle in Maillardville to help youth programs

You can help local kids and the environment at a fundraiser this weekend in Coquitlam.

Place Maillardville community centre is hosting its last community recycling fundraiser of 2011 on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. in the parking lot at 1200 Cartier Ave.

Area residents can bring plastic, Styrofoam and electronic recyclables and pay a fee to have them recycled. Funds raised will support the youth programs at Place Maillardville. Visit www.pacificmobiledepots.com for a list of items and fees.

For information on Place Maillardville, call 604-933-6146 or visit www.placemaillardville.ca.

 

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