League Of Women Voters Sponsors First Ever FreeCycle In Estes
While you are digging out electronics for recycling on May 17th at the Fairgrounds, you may find plenty of other items to unload that could be reused by Estes Valley residents. In an effort to encourage as much Reuse as Recycling, the local League of Women Voters Community Recycling Committee is sponsoring a FreeCycle event the same day. Our event will be held during the same hours, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., at the large covered shelter near the tennis courts east of the Stanley Fairgrounds.
What is a FreeCycle? Drop-off your items in good condition (no junk accepted!) that can be reused. Anyone is free to come and take items that they need for their own use. There may be clothes, home accessories, furniture, kitchen items, bicycles, etc. Who knows what may be available for the taking? Bring your own shopping bags (no plastic bags provided!) and come and see. You do not need to bring items in order to take items!
While we support and want to encourage the local charities that collect and sell items at a reasonable cost, it’s also great to get stuff you need for free, especially if you’ve been through a tragic flood. That’s the beauty of a FreeCycle event. Plan to take advantage of this opportunity by setting aside boxes of items in good, usable condition. Then drop the boxes off the morning of May 17th and plan to shop our first-ever Estes FreeCycle. For more information, contact Joanne Batey firstname.lastname@example.org 970-586-9806.