CCSWMD awards grant to Blan Middle


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Shown presenting and receiving the 2019 PEAR Grant are, from left: front, Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods and science teacher Julia Perry and, back, Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, and students Catelyn Neeley, Katelynn Whitt, Kaylie Paugh, Nolan Wood and Zach West

Shown presenting and receiving the 2019 PEAR Grant are, from left: front, Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods and science teacher Julia Perry and, back, Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, and students Catelyn Neeley, Katelynn Whitt, Kaylie Paugh, Nolan Wood and Zach West


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The Clinton County Solid Waste Management District recently awarded a 2019 PEAR Grant to Blanchester Middle School in support of its school-wide recycling program.

Funds received through the grant will be used to offset expenses associated with hauling collected recyclables to an area processing facility. The program will be overseen by eighth-grade science teacher Julia Perry and the school’s Recycling Team, consisting of student volunteers.

Annual PEAR Grants — which stands for Promoting Environmental Awareness and Recycling — are available to any public or private school located in Clinton County wishing to further educate and involve students in recycling, litter prevention, or waste-reduction initiatives.

Individuals wanting to learn more about the program may visit www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling .

Shown presenting and receiving the 2019 PEAR Grant are, from left: front, Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods and science teacher Julia Perry and, back, Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, and students Catelyn Neeley, Katelynn Whitt, Kaylie Paugh, Nolan Wood and Zach West
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/02/web1_photo.jpgShown presenting and receiving the 2019 PEAR Grant are, from left: front, Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods and science teacher Julia Perry and, back, Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, and students Catelyn Neeley, Katelynn Whitt, Kaylie Paugh, Nolan Wood and Zach West Courtesy photo

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