ANNUAL CNA CLEAN-UP
Saturday, May 17th from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM
(Tool Sharpening available to 3:00 PM)
PCC Workforce Training Center on NE 42nd Ave & Killingsworth!
Tired of seeing all the clutter & junk in your closet, basement & garage? Drop it all off at the PCC Workforce Training Center on May 17th for CNA’s BIGGEST FUNDRAISER OF THE YEAR! Spring Cleaning has come to Concordia and the CNA will dump, recycle and find a new home for your household items! Your trash may just be your neighbor’s treasure! WE WILL TAKE: Household Waste, Metal, Furniture, Electronics, Lamps, Styrofoam, Light Bulbs, Batteries, Mattresses, Clothes, Bicycles, Non-curbside Plastics and other Household Stuff.
WE WON’T TAKE: Food Waste, Yard Debris, Tires, Rocks, Concrete, Paint, Oil, and other Hazardous Waste!
SPECIAL FEATURES in 2014
- “You Price It” Yard Sale for reusable household goods! You see something you like, tell us what it’s worth to you, and it’s yours!
- Professional Tool Sharpening (8 AM – 3 PM): Bring in your Knives and Garden Tools and have them professionally sharpened by 1 SharpTool Edge Service. 25% of tool-sharpening profits go to the CNA (see below for details).
- Collecting household items for Community Warehouse, a nonprofit organization that provides essential household furnishings to low-income people. Their high-priority items, in order of importance, are as follows: 1) Pots and Pans; 2) Silverware 3) Dishes/Bowls/Drinking Glasses (not mugs); 4) Blankets; 5) Toasters; and 6) Alarm Clocks. Items for Community Warehouse must be clean & in useable condition, & free of stains or tears.
SUGGESTED DONATION FOR CLEAN-UP VEHICLE LOADS:
$10/car $15/truck, van, & SUV $20/large truck $30/oversized load
Extra $5 Donation for Electronics & Batteries
ALL PROCEEDS HELP YOUR CNA!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to help organize event, & unload vehicles and direct traffic the day of the event. If interested, please email:
Katie Ugolini at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-449-9690!
THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS:
1Sharptool Edge Service