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RI Recycling Club Ceremony

PROVIDENCE, RI (April, 2006)

On April 25, 2006, an awards ceremony was held at the RI State House in honor of Earth Day. Five of the top schools from around the state were given awards for their outstanding recycling efforts.

Globe Park School

Globe Park School - Woonsocket

Students from the Globe Park School and representatives from the city of Woonsocket were awarded a certificate of achievement in recycling from the RI Schools Recycling Club at the RI State House on Tuesday, April 25, 2006. The award was to recognize Woonsocket as a leader in the RI schools recycling challenge. Accepting the award on behalf of the town of Woonsocket and the Globe Park School were: director of facilities and security for the Woonsocket Education Department, Peter Fontaine; and Superintendent, Woonsocket School Department, Dr. Maureen Macera. Presenting the award was WHJJ Radio talk show host Arlene Violet.

Pictured, left to right are: (back) John Trevor, Recycling Program Manager at Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation; Guy Lefebvre, Treasurer of the Environment Council of RI Education Fund; Arlene Violet, Dr. Maureen Macera, and Peter Fontaine.

Northern Lincoln Schools

Northern Lincoln Elementary & Northern Lincoln Early Learning Center

Students from Northern Lincoln Elementary and Northern Lincoln Early Learning Center in Lincoln were awarded a certificate of achievement in recycling from the RI Schools Recycling Club at the RI State House on Tuesday, April 25, 2006. The award was to recognize Northern Lincoln as a leader in the RI schools recycling challenge. Accepting the award on behalf of the Northern Lincoln Elementary and Northern Lincoln Early Learning Center were: Rita Kinniburgh, Teacher; and Joyce Krabach, Principal. Presenting the award to the Northern Lincoln Schools were Lincoln State Representative, Rene Menard; and School Committee Member, District 5, Gerard St. Germain.

Pictured, left to right are: (back) John Trevor, Recycling Program Manager at Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation; Gerard St. Germain, Joyce Krabach, Rita Krabach, Rene Menard, Guy Lefebvre, Treasurer of the Environment Council of RI Education Fund; and Arlene Violet.

Stony Lane

Stony Lane - North Kingston

Students from Stony Lane School in North Kingstown were awarded a certificate of achievement in recycling from the RI Schools Recycling Club at the RI State House on Tuesday, April 25, 2006. The award was to recognize Stony Lane as a leader in the RI schools recycling challenge. Accepting the award on behalf of the Stony Lane School were: Nathan Campbell, student; Nicholas Hammond, student; Brenda Glover, teacher; and Rosemary Cameron, teacher. Presenting the award was Representative, Kenneth Carter.

Pictured, left to right are: (back) John Trevor, Recycling Program Manager at Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation; Rosemary Cameron, Nicholas Hammond, Guy Lefebvre, Treasurer of the Environment Council of RI Education Fund; Brenda Glover, Nathan Campbell and Arlene Violet.

Pocasset

Pocasset - Tiverton

Students from the Pocasset School in Tiverton were awarded a certificate of achievement in recycling from the RI Schools Recycling Club at the RI State House on Tuesday, April 25, 2006. The award was to recognize Pocasset as a leader in the RI schools recycling challenge. Accepting the award on behalf of the Pocasset School were: Victoria Davis, student; Halley Greene, student; Drew Watts, student; Tyler Rotstein, student; Edwin Fava, Principal; Presenting the award was WHJJ Radio talk show host Arlene Violet.

Pictured are: John Trevor, Recycling Program Manager at Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation; Guy Lefebvre, Treasurer of the Environment Council of RI Education Fund; Edwin Fava, Victoria Davis, Halley Greene, Drew Watts, Tyler Rotstein, and Arlene Violet.

Harris School

Harris School - Woonsocket

Students from Harris Elementary in Woonsocket were awarded a certificate of achievement in recycling from the RI Schools Recycling Club at the RI State House on Tuesday, April 25, 2006. The award is to recognize Harris as a leader in the RI schools recycling challenge. Accepting the award on behalf of Harris Elementary were Thomas Hazard, Principal and Stephanie Roberts, Teacher. Presenting the award was WHJJ Radio talk show host Arlene Violet.

Pictured, left to right are: (back) John Trevor, Recycling Program Manager at Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation; Stephanie Roberts, Teacher; Thomas Hazard, Principal; Arlene Violet and Guy Lefebvre, Treasurer of the Environment Council of RI Education Fund.


Past Award Winners


November 15, 2006 -- America Recycles Day Awards

April 25, 2006 -- Earth Day 2006

November 15, 2005 -- America Recycles Day Awards

November 15, 2004 -- America Recycles Day Awards

April 22, 2004 -- Earth Day 2004

November 14, 2003 -- America Recycles Day Awards

April 15, 2003 -- Earth Day 2003

November 15, 2002 -- America Recycles Day Awards

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