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Friday, February 1, 2013 - The News - Page 5 Local business makes offer to help non-profit organizations Special to The News Total Recycling, of Malakoff, is offering a new program to the community in an effort to promote re- cycling and help non-profit organizations in the area raise much-needed funds. The Community Recy- cling Program (CRP) al- lows any Green Citizen to sell recycling materials and donate the proceeds to any non-profit organization reg- istered with Total Recy- cling. Once a Green Citizen has made his or her dona- tion, a tax deductible re- ceipt will be given by Total Recycling tbr the donation. Each month, Total Recy- cling tallies the donations and issues checks to the named non-profit organiza- tions. What a great way to pro- mote recycling and help the community at large! Total Recycling feels that there are many poten- tial Green Citizens out there. Between 60 and 75 per- cent of all home synthetic waste can be usefully re- cycled. The more people engaged in home recycling, the more resources are available for reuse in new manufacturing, and reduc- tions made of waste dis- posed in landfills. Every time something is thrown away it pollutes the THE NEWS PHOTO/SUSAN HARRISON Total Recycling manager Leo Howell (left to right), office manager Rhonda Chandler and office assistant Felisha Henderson stand with the big truck able to haul recycled material to larger facilities once sufficient material is collected in Malakoff. environment. Even incin- Old cars (must have eration contaminates the titles), air.Plus, trash removal has Aluminum (cans, to be paid for. wheels, wiring), Recycling items allows Copper, brass, radia- them to be recovered and tors, old batteries, lead, and become material tbr a new stainless steel and product. Recycling also pecan shells. puts money back into the Many of these items are community where it is just lying around in back- needed, yards and in trash barrels Materials accepted for every week. recycling include: You can make a differ- . Cardboard, and don't ence by recycling to help a we throw a lot of that non-profit organization such away? as a church, fire or police Iron and tin (washers, department, Boy or Girl dryers, lawn mowers, Scout troop or any one of shelving, food containers, the many youth sports or- etc.), ganizations in the area. THE NEWS PHOTO/ SUSAN HARRISON A Green Citizen bring ac'a? f0r'recyclin9 to, Total Recycling, located at State Hwy 31 E. in Malakoff, (903) 489-3050. Operation hours are 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Saturday. Total Recycling is lo- cated at ] 2251 State High- way 31 E., in Malakoffand can be contacted by call- ing (903) 489-3050. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Friday and 9 a.ln. to 1:45 p.m. Saturday. Owner Jerrold Howell is very excited about this win- win program. He has lived in Payne Springs since 1985 and owns several businesses in the Cedar Creek Lake area. "1 would love to see our community come together to make our earth better for the future and help the local non-profit organiza- tions with much needed "~amdjng," Howell said. Find out if your favorite non-profit organization is reg- istered with Total Recycli ng. If not, call the non-profit and advise them to regis- ter. Then bring your recy- clable material to Total Re- cycling and turn trash into cash and become a Green Citizen. . PRE-OWNED SPECIAL -/r * SERVICE SPECIAL * Phone Orders We/cone Mo~,I'~R 1t~ FR~t~t 11.~4 (IPu* S~ i1=.3m Complete Satisfaction is Our Number i Goal *'07 PONTIAC TORRENT 0 Down, s189 Mo. WAC I.ube, Oil, Rlter 11re Rotation FREE Local Pick Up & Delivery * $3.89 month, $_'L0,995 selling price, $1.:L874 amount financed. Based on 4.9% for 72 months WAC. "See Ya which beam out from marking the Athens City Cemetery grave of 40 year Athens' Patriotic Business Leader and Korean Conflict U.S. Army Soldier Paul Harrup, Jr., who was buried there Jan. 26, 2013. The Jan. 21,2013, By Fred Head Special to The News Soon" proclaims the bold white letters the black marble tomb stone i,~ ,~:~ i ~i~ i;i?~ i:iil;:ii~ ii,,ii~i~i~i~;!!i~ii death of Paul Harrup, after an unbelievably courageous, determined and upbeat six plus year battle with heart issues and an esophageal malignancy, brought a close to a unique period of love, care, concern and active ministry to others by the Athens Real Estate, Insurance and Mini Warehouse business owner, whose real work in life was helping others, creating good feelings and witnessing fbr Jesus. Harrup, who was widely known, well loved and eagerly sought out for his remarkable Christian Wis- dom, as well as his tremendous storytelling and mas- ter of ceremonies abilities, leaves a sad and lonely feeling, especially in the hearts of those who knew and loved him, but also in the hearts of the many he helped, advised or befriended in their times of need. Harrup's"See Ya Soon" earthly tombstone goodbye clearly delivers, for the ages, his Christian message of faith in Jesus that he so often shared, one on one, with countless individuals and as he taught his Baptist Men's Sunday School Class at First Baptist Church of Mabank for many years. Enjoying good friends, good food and the latest news with others, especially at his "Star Chamber" Rotary and Country Club tables in Athens, gave him an important thrum to share his vast knowledge, in- comparable wit and inspired wisdom. He was truly one of a kind. 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