Eight Organizations Share Recycle Money

Mary Alice Reporting:

(Friday, November 10th) Uhrichsville, Ohio – Eight charitable organizations in the Twin City area is receiving funding as part of the Kimble recycling agreement.

Uhrichsville Mayor Rick Dorland explains the amount of funds depends on the recycling tonnage collected throughout the year.

“If it goes over a certain tonnage we get money. One of the things that has to be done is that money has to be given to charitable organizations and it turned out it was eight different organizations, and we split it up. Not everybody got the same amount of money.”

Among the organizations receiving a portion of the over $5,000  is the Claymont High School Christmas Program, It Takes a Village, the Pillars Club, the Twin City Kids Coalition, Twin City Christian Services Center food bank, Presbyterian Church Thanksgiving dinner, Nazarene church clothes closet, and Park Christian Church Wednesday night for kids.

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