Recycle Aluminum Cans To Raise Money For Holly Springs Elementary
The school is participating in the Great American Can Roundup, an initiative that encourages residents to recycle aluminum cans.
Holly Springs Elementary School wants you to bring your aluminum cans to recycle all for a good cause.
The school is participating in the Great American Can Roundup, a nationwide initiative that encourages the community to team up with schools to collect aluminum cans that can be sold for money.
Proceeds from the sale and collection of cans will go back into Holly Springs Elementary to use for educational purposes.
Residents can drop off their aluminum cans at the recycling bin at the school, located at 1965 Hickory Road in Holly Springs.
Holly Springs Elementary is partnering with Cherokee Bank in the initiative and they've provided bins in the lobby of its three locations to help collect cans.
The school that recycles the most aluminum cans per capita between Nov. 15, 2012 and Earth Day on April 22 would be crowned as the national champion, winning $5,000.
A state champion for the 50 states and the District of Columbia would win $1,000.
Holly Springs last year was one of six schools in Georgia that participated in the School Recycling Challenge organized by Can Manufacturers Institute.
For more information on how to help Holly Springs Elementary, email Holly Springs Elementary PTA Vice President Nichole Riddle at email@example.com.