Rain Barrel Fundraising - NEW DATE & TIME: April 26, 2014
|Steve Tompkins||9 April 14:33|
Save water and help Scouts too. Order online at http://rainbarrel.ca/scoutpatrol before it's too late.
The North Waterloo World Jamboree Scout Patrol is partnering with RainBarrel.ca. The World J Patrol is raising funds to send local youth to the 23rd World Scout Jamboree being held in Japan in 2015.
The rain barrel sale is scheduled for NEW! Saturday, April 26, 2014 pickup date. Distribution will be 9 am to noon at Staples Parking Lot, 620 King Street N, Waterloo. Only barrels ordered in advance are guaranteed to be available. Barrels can be ordered at http://rainbarrel.ca/scoutpatrol/
Each 180 – 220 L (45 – 55 gallon) rain barrel comes fully equipped with a leaf and mosquito filter basket, an overflow adaptor that permits multiple barrels to be connected in series, 1.2m of overflow hose, and a spigot that attaches directly to a garden hose.
Pay online or order for cash upon delivery at http://rainbarrel.ca/scoutpatrol/
Prices begin at $50 per barrel. A variety of optional items including flexible downspout pipes, downspout diverters, rain barrel stands, dispensing hose and additional lengths of overflow hose can also be purchased.
If you are a Facebook member, click https://www.facebook.com/events/606984956049548 to Share it and Invite your friends!
Please bring your receipt to the sale event to claim your products.
2014 April 26 E-Waste Collection and Bottle Drive
Canadian Tire Parking Lot 400 Weber Street North Waterloo Saturday April 26th, 2014, 8 am to 3 pm
Drop off TVs, computers, stereos, speakers, batteries, printers, copiers, scanners, phones, cameras, game consoles, small appliances, toasters, air conditioners, microwaves, vacuums…
For a complete list of acceptable items visit www.eco-techrecycling.com
Also, drop off any liquor, wine, cooler and beer bottles, beer cans, and wine bladders.
All proceeds will go towards sending local youth to the World Scout Jamboree in Japan.
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How does Graffiti Affect our Community?
Graffiti is a major concern for many citizens, organizations, and businesses. It affects everyone! Graffiti is not a victimless crime. If ignored, graffiti could result in: -Increased graffiti and crime - Loss of business growth and tourism - Costly clean up - Perceived unsafe neighborhoods
Click here to go to the City of Waterloo's anti-graffiti website.
Click here to download a PDF brochure "Guide to Graffiti".
In the Lexington/Davenport/Bridge St area? Click here.
Waterloo Region Anti-Graffiti Alliance
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