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Feb 3

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Feb 3

  1. 1. WELCOME BACK TO SEM 2!!! $5.00 Special – Chicken Quesadilla with Rice or Wedge Fries $6.00 Special – Meatball Sub or Sausage on a Bun with Wedges Jet juice or bottled water included. Today’s Soup – Minestrone
  2. 2. LIBRARY GROUP MEETING TODAY 11:10 DISCUSSING WHITE PINE AND NEXT TRIP TO CHAPTERS
  3. 3. STUDENTS WHO HAVE PROJECTS IN THE WOODSHOP FROM SEMESTER 1… PLEASE PICK UP BY THURSDAY AT THE LATEST! AFTER THAT THEY WILL BE RECYCLED! THANK YOU.
  4. 4. NEW HAMPSHIRE HIKERS MEETING – THURS AT10:50 – ROOM 201
  5. 5. ATTENTION ALL SENIOR GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS MEETING TODAY AT LUNCH ROOM 662 TO DISCUSS FRIDAY’S TOURNAMENT
  6. 6. THE LIBRARY HAS BEEN CLEANING OUT LOTS OF NON- FICTION BOOKS THAT WERE NOT BEING USED… NOW AVAILABLE FOR FREE! COME DOWN AND HAVE A LOOK!
  7. 7. Attention All Ski Trippers Forms must be in by Thurs!
  8. 8. The impacts of cell phones By:BaileyWard Over 3 billion people globally own mobiles: if each of them returned one phone for recycling, over 240,000 tons of raw materials could be saved.The carbon emissions saved from this would be the equivalent to taking 4 million cars off the
  9. 9. How you can start to help Many people can begin to help.They just need to realize that the cell phones we “need” is not what the environment needs. Recycle your phone Only upgrade when you need to. Give your old phone away Don’t THROW away Protect the Environment July 22, 2012 Footer text here11
  10. 10. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 130 million mobile phones go out of use annually in the U.S.This creates an estimated 65,000 tons of electronic waste.This is NOT sustainable

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