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St. Joseph High School students go green

By FROM NEWS RELEASE
Nov. 11, 2010 at 5:11 a.m.
Updated Nov. 13, 2010 at 5:13 a.m.

St. Joseph High School 2010-11 student council members, front row from left, are Hayden Vesley, Charlie Van Sickle, Chris Mason and Denny Williams; second row, Marlena Gutierrez, Ashley Kolar, Ashley Mutchler, Jared Poland, Elisabeth High, Lee Ann Dornak and Marjori Bradicich; third row, Brooke Brooks, Olivia Creager, Allyson Reithmeier and Harrison High; back row, Cody Janak.

Members of St. Joseph High School's student council are recycling used cell phones; empty laser, fax, copier, and inkjet cartridges; as well as laptops, Palm Pilots, iPods, video games, GPS Systems, DVDs and digital cameras, in order to do their part for the environment and to raise money for the school.

Community and business supporters can participate at no cost.

CFK will send postage-paid, pre-printed shipping labels to business supporters for the return of the used items. These items can also be dropped off at St. Joseph High School, 110 E. Red River St. Items that are collected are returned to Cartridges for Kids.

To learn more about STJ's student council program, contact Debbie Horton at dhorton@stjvictoria.com or call the school at 361-573-2446. For more information on this program, visit www.cartridgesforkids.com.

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