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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

Free Community Shred Day

4/30/2013

Organization: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

Free Community Shred Day: Join the New York Department of State's Consumer Protection Division, Classified Shredding Services and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in fighting against one of America's fastest-growing crimes-identity theft. This one-day community event will take place at Classified Shredding Services from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 425 Paul Road in Chili. Local residents will have the opportunity to dispose of confidential documents in a safe and secure manner. Documents will be inserted into locked containers, shredded and sent directly to a paper mill for recycling. Limit: 3 file boxes per person. For more information, contact Lou Ann Owens at 756-2233 or info@classifiedshredding.com.



 

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