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Ink! Print! Repeat!

Event Dates and Times

8/18/2017 - 10/5/2017
Rockford Art Deli 402 E. State St. Rockford
This art exhibit features prints, letterpress, textiles, and paintings from local artists. The opening reception is Fri 8/18, 6 PM-9 PM.

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Free Electronic Recycling Event

Event Dates and Times

5/6/2017
7/22/2017
9/30/2017
• Saturday, May 6 --- FNBT branch located at 5360 Bridge St, Roscoe, Illinois • Saturday, July 22 --- FNBT branch located at 500 Peck Ave, Clinton, Wisconsin • Saturday, September 30 --- FNBT branch located at 1795 Madison Rd, Beloit, Wisconsin
First National Bank and Trust (FNBT) will be hosting a series of Free Electronic Recycling Drives in partnership with Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois. Goodwill will have a mobile unit on-site at three FNBT branches to help community members securely dispose of electronic devices. This free service, open to all community members, will be available from 9:00 am until noon on the following dates:
• Saturday, May 6 --- FNBT branch located at 5360 Bridge St, Roscoe, Illinois
• Saturday, July 22 --- FNBT branch located at 500 Peck Ave, Clinton, Wisconsin
• Saturday, September 30 --- FNBT branch located at 1795 Madison Rd, Beloit, Wisconsin
For every pound collected at each of the three events, FNBT will donate $.01 to Goodwill.
“Continuing on the success we had with our past electronic recycling drives, First National Bank and Trust is pleased to provide these free events in 2017 in partnership with Goodwill of Northern Illinois,” said Theresa Wendhausen, FNBT branding and communications officer. “It not only helps our customers and community members get rid of these items, but we help eliminate e-waste and support a local, non-profit partner in the process.”
“First National Bank and Trust’s continued commitment to recycling our community’s electronic items matches Goodwill’s philosophy of being “green”. Goodwill plans to recycle every electronic item that is donated, thus keeping e-waste out of our local landfills. The proceeds go to support our programs that help people gain employment in communities throughout northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin,” stated Sam Schmitz, President of Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois and Wisconsin Stateline Area.
Items to be collected at the drive include cell phones, computers, printers, small appliances, VCRs, DVD players and stereos. For a complete list of acceptable items, please visit www.goodwillni.org/donations/donations-from-individuals.

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