2015 Electronics Recycling Drop-Off Event
The event will be held on Saturday, October 24th from
8:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Carlisle Fairgrounds at 1000 Bryn Mawr
Road, Carlisle. You will enter at Gate 3, which is located
near the intersection of K Street and Spring Road (Route 34).
Event workers will unload your materials so place
remain in your vehicles. Expect some wait time as vehicles are
Accepted Electronic Items: cables, cable
boxes, cash registers, cellular phones, computers, copiers, cords,
CRT monitors, DVD players, external drives (all types), fax /
scanners, keyboards, laptops, LCD monitors, mouse, MP3 / IPods /
etc., networking equipment, PDAs, printers (printer / toner
cartridges), projectors, satellite dishes, servers, stereos, TV's
(physically damaged, gutted, stripped, or salvaged televisions will
NOT be accepted), typewriters, UPS units, VCRs, video game consoles.
Accepted Household Items: blenders (no
glass), break makers, cameras, carpet sweepers (corded or
rechargeable), coffee makers (no glass), clocks, curling irons,
electric knives, electric tooth brushes, fans, food sealing
equipment, fryers, hair cutters, hair dryers, heaters, holiday
lights, irons, land line phones, massagers, metal tools (drills,
screwdrivers, small saws, sanders, etc.), microwaves, mixers,
remotes, radios, shaving equipment, toaster ovens, vacuum cleaner
Items NOT Accepted: salvaged units, bare
CRT tubes, smoke detectors, ballasts, capacitors, thermostats, items
containing freon (air conditioners, dehumidifiers), glass cylinders,
light bulbs, liquids (items containing liquid), household batteries
(AA, AAA, D, C), lithium batteries, medical equipment (any material
that is considered or has come in contact with biohazard or
radioactive material), VHS cassette tapes, white goods
(refrigerators, dish washers, stoves, washers, dryers),
This event is geared toward homeowners and will end
promptly at 2:00 pm. Southampton Township, Franklin County, is
also holding a collection event on October 24th, and is graciously
allowing residents from western Cumberland County come to their
Trick or Treat Night: Trick or Treat
Night is schedule for Thursday, October 29th from 6:00 pm to 8:00
Halloween Egg Hunt: North Middleton
Township's Recreation Board will be hosting the 12th Annual
Halloween Egg Hunt on Sunday, October 18th at 4:00 pm at Village
Park. The Parade begins at 3:45 pm.
The Egg Hunt is for children ages 0 to 10 and will be
held rain or shine. Children should bring their own baskets.
After the Egg Hunt you can make your own scarecrow.
Items supplies by the Recreation Board are: straw, fabric
sheets, glue, markers, scissors. Items you will need to bring
with you: pillow case or nylons, shirt, trousers / skirt, hat,
gloves, boots, accessories (sunglasses, scarf, etc.).
Halloween Egg Hunt Flyer
Halloween 5K Hustle: The 3rd Annual Halloween 5K
Hustle will be held on Saturday, October 24th at 10:00 am at North Middleton
Park, Waggoner's Gap Road (Route 74). T-shirt pick-up and late
registrations will begin at 9:00 am. The event will be held rain or
shine. Proceeds go to the North Middleton Township Volunteer Fire
The cost to register is $20.00 per participant (t-shirt
included) if registered before September 30th. Registrations received
after September 30th is $25.00.
Participants are encouraged to come dressed in Halloween
costumes as prizes will be awarded for the following categories: Best
Dressed Pooch, Best Eco-Friendly Costume, Best Pair, Craziest Hair, Cutest,
Funniest, Highest Pledge, Most Colorful, Most Creative, Most Original,
People/Pooch Look Alike, Best Matched and the Scariest.
Pledge forms are available to help raise additional funds.
Have your friends and family sponsor you by pledging a flat rate or a rate
per kilometer. The personal with the highest pledge amount will
receive a prize. All pledges are due the day of the event.
For additional information contact Judy Smith, Recreation
or at 717.243.8550 Monday thru Friday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.
American Cancer Society
Road to Recovery: Getting to and from medical appointments can be
one of the greatest barriers cancer patients face during treatment. To
ensure patients get to those much-needed treatments, the American Cancer
Society provides free transportation through its Road To Recovery program.
through this program, the Society connects volunteer drivers with those who
need rides to and from their treatment appointments. the Society is
looking for volunteer drivers in our area so that all patients have
transportation when they need it. Road To Recovery volunteers have
flexible scheduled and can choose to drive when it works for them.
Just a few hours a month can make a big difference in the life of a cancer
If you would like additional
information about training to become a part of this worthwhile program,
please contact Jo Brindley at
firstname.lastname@example.org or all 717.533.6144.
Newsletter: The Summer Newsletter is now available.
to view the newsletter.
Meadowbrook Road: Meadowbrook Road will be closed from
Wednesday, February 25th until Monday, October 19th for replacement
of the turnpike bridge.
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