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Creative Recycling at St. John


January 23, 2013 - St. John Catholic Elementary School Secretary, Tara Large and Lunchroom Supervisor, Pat Burell show off some crafted recycled bags. Pat Burell likes to recycle, and sewed up Jammer cooler bags & pencil cases. She explains that the process is quite simple from cutting the bags to sewing them up. It teaches children that many everyday items can be recycled into a useful products. At St. John, staff teach that recycling is fun and every morning the announcements provide the students with useful tips.



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