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Solid Waste Authority & RDCS Begin Search for "All-Star Recyclers" in Local Community

June 30, 2020 - Florida State League (FSL) - Palm Beach Cardinals News Release

Roger Dean Chevrolet and Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County have teamed up to recognize "All-Star Recyclers" in the local Palm Beach community. Kids aged 13 and younger are encouraged to send in pictures and letters explaining their impact on the recycling efforts in Palm Beach County.

Nine winners will be recognized during the 2019 Florida State League All-Star Game on Saturday, June 15th. The winners will also receive an environmentally conscious prize pack and tickets to the Florida State League All-Star Game.

"Sometimes the youngest among us are the best recyclers," said Willie Puz, SWA Public Affairs and Recycling Director. "We know the next generation can lead the way for all of us to Recycle Right."

Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium Assistant GM Jamie Toole is equally as excited about being able to reward and highlight the local communities' recycling efforts.

"At Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, we strive to acknowledge and connect with the local community. We are pleased to be able to team up with Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County for the All-Star Recyclers program to identify these local leaders in Palm Beach County and look forward to giving them the recognition they deserve at the Florida State League All-Star Game."

To nominate someone in your community, send an email with attached photos and a note on why they deserve to be recognized as an "All-Star Recycler" by Monday, June 10th.


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