SCRAP METAL FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT PERRY VARSITY CHEERLEADING
Clean Out the Garage and Bring Your Items on June 17th
Posted by Perry Pulse at 3:58pm 5/14/17
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Clean out your basements, garages, sheds and barns!  Bring your sheet metal, bikes, metal shelving units, soup cans and various steel appliances to Perry High School on Saturday June 17th from 8am to 5pm and support the Perry High School Varsity Cheerleaders.

Refrigerators, washers, dryers, lawnmowers, snow blowers and metal filing cabinets are among the large items that are being accepted.  If you have a large item but can't transport it, volunteers will be able to pick them up from you.  Call the volunteer pick-up team at 989-600-1336.

Friedland Industries weighs the scrap to determine the amount of their donation to the team.  The more scrap collected, the more money raised. 

There are certain things that cannot be accepted; items that contain petroleum-based or hazardous liquid such as metal barrels, drums and paint cans.  Electrical devices that contain PCBs such as transformers, ballasts, capacitors and light bulbs are also not accepted.  No type of spray can will be accepted either.  A complete list of prohibited items is available at FriedlandIndustries.com.

Call Coach Cierra Ramirez for more information at 989-600-1336 or email cheerphsvarsity@gmail.com.

The Perry Varsity Cheerleading Scrap Metal Drive is part of Friedland Industries' "Be Green, Get Green" fundraising program.  For more information, visit FriedlandIndustries.com/fundraisers.


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