On Saturday, April 23 Eggleston provided Shredding and Recycling services for the Annual City of Virginia Beach Earth Day event. The event was held at Mount trashmore Park.
Attendees were able explore ways to make our world a better place through educational exhibits and activities. Attendees brought old electronics, outdated child safety seats, documents to be shredded, old car batteries, leftover paint and other hazardous household waste to the AAA recycling zone. They shopped at the green market, enjoyed live music and children’s activities!
An estimated 8000 people attended the event!
Eggleston secured and shred over 4,600 pounds of material at our secure facility located on Military Highway. The material was later pulverized and recycled.
If you are interested in our shredding services contact Robert Hart at email@example.com
Thanks to our friends at Vandeventer Black LLP who came out last Saturday to spruce up our Civitan Aces property in Chesapeake. Although we operate the property year-round as a day support program for persons with significant support needs we also host a 7-week summer camp each year. Great job VB!
Be sure to tune in to our radio show Friday evening April 22 from 6-7 PM EST on WNIS AM 790 or online at www.wnis.com
April is Autism Awareness Month and guests will be internationally recognized speaker Kerry Magro http://kerrymagro.com/ and also Cathy Orletsky from the Norfolk Therapeutic Recreation center who will talk about their upcoming “Day for persons with Disabilities” event. http://www.mobilitysupercenter.com/…/2016-Day-for-People-wi…
We will also have information on a FREE shredding drop off opportunity this Saturday, Earth Day from 10 AM – 3 PM. Our Eggleston Shredding division will be at Mount Trashmore and will provide free shredding for up to 4-5 copy paper sized boxes per family. For information on our shredding or conversion services contact Robert Hart – firstname.lastname@example.org
Wesley lives in Hampton and comes to Eggleston’s senior program at the Sarah Bonwell Hudgins center during the day. As a younger man he enjoyed work at Shoney’s and folding pizza boxes at Papa Johns. Wesley gives credit to the staff that helps run the program and take care of participants. “They help us a lot everyday” says Wesley. In his spare time Wesley likes to go to church events and to the movies.