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Shred your stuff and donate cereal, coats

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From page A4 | October 31, 2012 |

Davis Realtor Kim Eichorn invites local residents to shred their old files this weekend and help a local relief agency at the same time.

Free shredding will be offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot behind Lyon Real Estate, 409 Second St. in downtown Davis. Enter via the driveway between Hunan Restaurant, 207 D St., and Econo Lodge, 221 D St.

Local residents are invited to bring their outdated confidential paperwork, binders, CDs, VCR tapes, photos, even X-rays, for shredding. The service will be provided by Rapid Information Destruction Services.

There is no need to pre-sort; staples and paper clips are OK.

“It’s the season of giving, so while you’re getting rid of your confidential information, I’ll be collecting your donations of cereal for STEAC and coats (new or gently used) for local agencies,” Eichorn said.

Last year, Eichorn collected more than 150 boxes of cereal and 77 coats for STEAC, the Short-Term Emergency Aid Committee. Her goal this year is 200 boxes of cereal and 50 coats.

“For every box of cereal or coat you bring, I’ll donate $2 to STEAC and you will receive one entry for numerous drawings for downtown Davis gift cards,” Eichorn added.

There also will be refreshments, real estate trivia and a bounce house.

For more information, call Eichorn at 530-297-2248 or email keichorn@golyon.com.

 

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