Do you still have your candidate’s lawn sign on your lawn or stored in the garage, and don’t know what to do with it? Donate your lawn sign to any Pasadena Library Branch and help a child read.
By Robin Southworth
Residents of Pasadena, now that the elections are over, and you probably still have the remaining metal yard signs lying around, please consider donating them towards the Pasadena Library “2015 Summer Reading Challenge“ project.
Signs, similar to the ones above, will highlight kids’ participants next summer. The Library would really appreciate the effort of recycling your sign(s), as it will help them offset some of the cost of the yard signs.
Will you help recycle yours, and possibly your neighbors’, political yard signs (including wire) by dropping them off at any library branch?
Thank you Pasadena!
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