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Monday, November 07, 2011

Vote for your favorite decorated recycling bin “Art Bin”

Vote for your favorite decorated recycling bin “Art Bin” at the Carroll County MD Office Building in Westminster MD

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November 7, 2011 - November 15th is “America Recycles Day”, so to celebrate the Carroll County Government Recycling Office is hosting an “Art Carts” Contest through November 15th in the lobby of the Carroll County Government Office Building, 225 N. Center Street, Westminster, Maryland.

Don’t miss your chance to vote for your favorite recycling bin decorated by local artists.

The winner will be determined on November 15th and posted thereafter. Be sure to check if your favorite won!

The event was planned to continue awareness of recycling in a fun, creative way.

The “Art Bin” artists include:

Amber Maurer
Becky Johnson
Corey Heck
George Maurer
Hampstead Elementary School
Kevin Dayhoff
Ryan Burns – Energy Savers of America
Susan Williamson – Art Council
Vicky Stata-Bauer
Westminster West Middle School
Winters Mill High School National Art Honor Society

The artists who participated will be recognized on America Recycles Day November 15, 2011.

For more information, contact Maria Myers, Carroll County Government Recycling Manager at 410-386-2035.

[20111107 Vote for your favorite decorated recycling bin] [20111107 Vote art-carts11-7-11.pdf]

“Art Carts” Carroll Co. Md. Office Building, Westminster Md. October 28, 2011

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