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(Courtesy photo) Aberdeen Lion Harold Burnett returns bins to the paper shack after they’ve been emptied into the trailer.

(Courtesy photo) Aberdeen Lion Harold Burnett returns bins to the paper shack after they’ve been emptied into the trailer.





The Aberdeen Lions Club has been recycling paper since World War II. Currently they ship three to four semi trailers to Longview per year. A group of Lions meets every Monday morning at the paper shack (across from Duffy’s Restaurant on Simpson Avenue) to transfer donated paper onto a trailer. Newspapers, magazines and copy paper may be dropped off there anytime.

 

(Courtesy photo) From left, Aberdeen Lions Greg Johnstone, Mike Welliver and Steve Beck transfer paper from collection bins into the trailer.

(Courtesy photo) From left, Aberdeen Lions Greg Johnstone, Mike Welliver and Steve Beck transfer paper from collection bins into the trailer.


 

 




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