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Meet Barnabas, Comfort Dog for Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Portage, and his handler, Pastor Tim Engel, at the Portage Library, 2665 Irving St., on Monday, Jan. 21.

Comfort dogs bring a calming influence, allowing people to open up their hearts and receive help for what is affecting them. Meet and greet with Barnabas from 6:30 to 7 p.m., then hear how Engel and Barnabas bring comfort and healing to those in our community and beyond, including the community in Sandy Hook, Conn.

For more information, call the library at 219-763-1508.

Valpo compost site open Saturdays for recycling

The Valparaiso compost site, 2150 W. Lincolnway, has begun Saturday off-season hours for Porter County residents to dispose of their once live Christmas trees, wreaths and other organic holiday decorations. The 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday hours will continue through April when the site will open for the season.

Ornaments and lights should be removed before disposal. Other organic materials accepted at this site include yard waste, leaves, garden clippings, household plants, brush, limbs, logs and firewood. No grass or treated wood or lumber will be accepted.

Residents can also recycle their unwanted electronics and electrical items at the compost site. Accepted items include: computers, monitors, televisions, typewriters, copiers, PDAs, VCRs, fax machines, microwaves, scanners, gaming machines, and anything with an electrical cord or run by batteries. Christmas light strands are also accepted.

Residents can recycle other items at the compost sites, including household batteries, fluorescent light bulbs (tubes and CFLs), toner cartridges, media (CDs, video cassettes, etc.) and cell phones.

The Boone Groove compost site, located at 546 S. 400 West, will remain closed through April.

For more information on the public compost sites, visit or call 219-465-3694.

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