There are plenty of winners each year when the Henry County electronics recycling battle is wrapped-up. The four schools of Holgate, Liberty Center, Napoleon and Patrick Henry are asking community members to save their electronic items with power cords, so they can be recycled, and make money for each school. Student groups will be collecting those electronic items on Saturday, April 21st from 8am till noon, in the school parking lots. The items not to be recycled in this drive include tv’s, computer monitors, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, glass, or light bulbs. The schools will be paid for each pound of electronic items collected, and a $300 bonus will go to the school collecting the most. Second place gets a $200 bonus. The fund-raising effort will help the Patrick Henry camp palmer students, Liberty Center music boosters, Holgate FFA, and the Napoleon freshman class. The 7th annual Henry County Electronics Recycling Drive gets a big boost from N&R&G Recycling and Zack’s Recycling.
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