VOLUNTEER: ESL Teachers Needed

ESL Classes Begin August 28 ESL Classes will be beginning soon. If you or someone you know might be interested in leading a class or helping with conversation with the students, please contact Diana Bridges at diana.bridges@gmail.com. For more information on our ESL program, click here.

VOLUNTEER: Kids Hope USA Mentors Needed

Have you been wanting to make a difference? Mentors from Woodland work with kids each week at Larkspur Elementary. It takes just one hour a week to mentor a child that needs your attention, love, and prayer. Would you consider donating your time this semester to be the presence of Christ to a child that…

Recycling – Plastics – Not Accepted

By Jim Gladson Recycling – Plastics – Not Accepted Shredded paper Light bulbs Diapers Applicances Household trash Yard trimmings Aluminum foil Toys Waxed paper Trash bags Auto glass Dead animals Cloths Garden Hoses Computer cords Clothes hangers Hardback books Styrofoam formed packing or “peanuts” Plastic container with hazardous material     [Note: Jim has a…

Recycling — 5 – Polypropylene (PP), 6- Polystyrene (PS), and 7 – Other

By Jim Gladson Recycling — 5 – Polypropylene (PP) Caps, disks, syrup bottles, yogurt tubs, straws, toothpaste, & film packaging. Recycling — 6 – Polystyrene (PS) Meat trays, egg cartons, plates, cutlery, carry-out containers, cups, clear trays, & bowls. Recycling — 7 – Other Includes resins not previously mentioned or combinations of plastics.   [Note: Jim has a passion…

Recycling — 1 – Polyethylene Terephalate Ethylene (PETE) and 2 – High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

By Jim Gladson   Recycling — 1 – Polyethylene Terephalate Ethylene (PETE) Soft drinks, juice, water, pill bottle, & cleaner bottles. Also for cooking & peanut butter container. Recycling — 2 – High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Milk & water jugs, bleach bottles, detergent & shampoo containers. Plastic bags & grocery sacks, motor oil bottles, household cleaners & butter tubs. Some…

Recycling – Plastics – GAPP

By Jim Gladson Recycling – Plastics – GAPP The symbol above is that for Recycling.  Different colors are used but black is the most common. The Recycling industry has adopted 7 categories of recycling material. The 7 categories will be shown over the next three Garbage – Recycling – Organics posts. These three will cover…