Big-time little recyclers pitch in


Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.

Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.


Dietrich and Hillary along with Brooks and Ashley help out at the recycling event Tuesday at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool.


Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.


Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.


Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.


Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.

Dietrich and Hillary along with Brooks and Ashley help out at the recycling event Tuesday at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool.

Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.

Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.

Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.

Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0488.jpgYoungsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.

Dietrich and Hillary along with Brooks and Ashley help out at the recycling event Tuesday at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0498.jpgDietrich and Hillary along with Brooks and Ashley help out at the recycling event Tuesday at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool.

Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0493.jpgYoungsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.

Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0495.jpgYoungsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.

Youngsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_DSC_0497.jpgYoungsters at the Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Timber Faith Preschool enjoyed learning to recycle as the City of Wilmington’s Justin Smith, with help from son Wayde, stopped by with the recycling truck Tuesday. Kids that joined in the fun also included Grant, K.J., Bennie, John and Zoey, along with teachers Miss Sara and Miss Janis. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. The city recently announced that, due to customer demand, the Sanitation Department is now picking up curbside recyclables every week in response to a nearly 150 percent increase in recyclables by residents since implementation of the program March 1.