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Out of the Office: P16 Caldwell Education Project will receive funds from local recycling program

P16 Caldwell Education ProjectThe P16 Caldwell Education Project will receive monthly funding from Republic Services and the City of Caldwell. Curbside recycling costs subscribers $4.95 a month. The city will send $1 from each payment directly to P16. On Oct. 29, to mark the beginning of the monthly funding, students participated in a hands-on recycling activity with local leaders (l-r) Marvin Henberg, College of Idaho president;
 Theresa Hardin, Caldwell Chamber of Commerce executive director; Dave Fisher Republic Services general manager; Josh Williamson, P16 Caldwell Education Project director;
 Caldwell Mayor Garret Nancolas; and Jim Everett, Treasure Valley Family YMCA CEO. Photo courtesy of United Way of Treasure Valley.

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