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Porter County Recycling District certifies two, graduates second class of Master Recyclers

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The Porter County Master Recyclers Class #2. Pictured from left, in front, are: Catherine Gingerich, Claire Merrill, Andrea Recktenwall, Mary Ann Crayton and Angela Grady; and in back, Robert Ritchey, Raymond Halfman, Susan Swarner, Carol Sibbrell, Judy Mollway, Joy Lundstrom, Angela Goodson-Petyko, Bonnie Swarner and Samuel Wheeland. Not pictured: Betty Luckett, Denise Reese and Bonnie Sponberg.

Patricia Jackson from Chesterton and Thomas Murphy from Valparaiso each completed their 30 Payback Hours, which earned them Master Recycler certifications.

In order to fulfill this requirement, Jackson and Murphy worked in various ways to help educate the public about recycling and waste reduction.

Jackson and Murphy are graduates of the first Porter County program held last spring. The program features classes and guest speakers that teach about waste prevention, recycling processes, household hazardous waste, and composting during a comprehensive eight-week session.

Seventeen Porter County residents attended Porter County’s second program, completing their requirement of classes and graduating with the title of Master Recycler Interns.

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Duane Davison, chair of the district’s Citizens Advisory Committee, and Nancy Adams, Porter County commissioner and member of the district’s board, award Patricia Jackson of Chesterton her Master Recycler certification.

The class included, from Valparaiso: Catherine Gingerich, Raymond Halfman, Betty Luckett, Joy Lundstrom, Claire Merrill, Carol Sibbrell, Bonnie Sponberg, Bonnie and Susan Swarner and Samuel Wheeland; from Chesterton: Mary Ann Crayton and Denise Reese; from Merrillville: Angela Goodson-Petyko; from Highland: Angela Grady; from Ogden Dunes: Judy Mollway; from Michigan City: Robert Ritchey; and from Portage: Andrea Recktenwall.

The interns must fulfill 30 volunteer Payback Hours in order to receive their Master Recycler certifications.

The purpose of the program is to create a volunteer pool of knowledgeable residents who inspire and educate others in their community to reduce waste in the home and at work.

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Duane Davison, chair of the district’s Citizens Advisory Committee, and Nancy Adams, Porter County commissioner and member of the district’s board, award Thomas Murphy his Master Recycler certification.

The next Master Recycler program will be scheduled in the spring at a time and date to be determined. Anyone who lives or works in Porter County can register his interest for the next class on the district’s website, www.ItMeansTheWorld.org. For more information, call 219-465-3819.

 

 

 

 

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