Sumner ‘Shred & Clean’ invites your spring cleaning fodder Saturday morning

The spring cleaning event invites everyone, citizen or not, to bring their unwanted household items for donation or disposal.

The annual Sumner Shred & Clean will take place in the Red Apple parking lot Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The spring cleaning event invites everyone, citizen or not, to bring their unwanted household items for donation or disposal.

Up to three bags worth of sensitive documents, per individual, will be shredded by LeMay Mobile Shredding. Leftover prescriptions will be taken by the Sumner Police Department. Light bulbs and batteries will be taken by McLendon Hardware. Old cell phones will go to the Young Women’s Christian Association for donation to violence victims. Clothes, household items and electronics can be donated to Goodwill.

The Shred & Clean is sponsored by the city government and Daffodil Valley Kiwanis.

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