Letter: Donate Your Empty Deposit Bottles & Cans

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To the Editor:

Here is another way to show your support for the Elizabeth Freeman Center: Take and donate your deposit bottles and cans to the Northern Berkshire Container Redemption Center located at 1000 Massachusetts Ave in North Adams, at the corner of Protection Ave, and tell the helpful people at the counter that you wish to donate the proceeds to the Elizabeth Freeman Center.

The other cool thing about making this small, regular donation is that you do not have to empty your boxes and bags and place your cans and bottles in trays: You can immediately leave and NBCRC will do it for you and count them and credit the Elizabeth Freeman account. (A small amount will also benefit the BFAIR clients who work at the center.)

You can save time, benefit the Elizabeth Freeman Center, and free up some space in your kitchen, basement or garage. A win, win, win situation!

Ken Swiatek
Williamstown, Mass.

 

 

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