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Recycling for Japan

May 19, 2011
Maui Weekly
Students ages 2 through 5 at Children’s Garden preschool in Kīhei collected and recycled over 30,400 bottles and cans in April to raise $1,570 for Japanese Red Cross relief efforts. (First Hawaiian Bank wired the money at no charge.) Each child who collected, recycled and donated recyclable items received a paper crane with their name on it, which was added to the donation board. “The children were very excited to be able to help take care of our planet and the children of Japan,” said Lauren Toker, teacher of the Roly Poly class of 2-year-olds. The project was lead by Aiko Jonas and Keiko Hoag, mothers of two of the students.

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Students ages 2 through 5 at Children’s Garden preschool in Kīhei collected and recycled over 30,400 bottles and cans in April to raise $1,570 for Japanese Red Cross relief efforts.

 
 
 

 

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