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From: christina salvi
Sent: May 9, 2007 7:41 PM
Subject: [FCNYC] ADMIN: Freecycle! Live! June 2! Spring Cleaning FreeMeet
Spring Cleaning? Don't throw it away…bring it to the
FREECYCLE™ NEW YORK CITY
SPRING CLEANING FREEMEET!
Saturday, June 2, 2007, 11am - 4pm
Harlem YMCA (in the Little Theatre)
180 West 135th Street
at Adam Clayton Powell Blvd (7th Ave.)
New York, NY 10030
Closest Public Transportation: M2 Bus, 2, 3 or C to 135th St.
check www.HopStop.com to find the best route for you.
The FreeMeet is your chance to unload unwanted, but usable items, take
home things you can put to good use and meet other folks from the
Freecycle community. Anything leftover at the end of the event will
be donated to local charities or recycled to the extent possible. As
the name suggests, the Freecycle FreeMeet is FREE and open to the public!
You don't need to bring anything to take anything (though a tote bag
might help). Please bring portable items only and leave furniture and
other heavy stuff at home (log on to www.Freecycle.org to find people
who can pick these items up from you).
Please bring your items no later than 3pm and visit
www.RecycleThisNYC.org/freemeet for more information.
Sponsored by the Harlem YMCA, Freecycle New York City and the Office
of Recycling Outreach and Education (OROE).
Freecycle NYC is a project of Recycle This!
Tuesday, May 08, 2007
trains stopped near a veterans' hospital in Montrose, more than a few
sailors and soldiers returning from New York after a night of drinking
left behind their prosthetic limbs.
And one woman, so the story goes, purposely abandoned her late husband's
ashes to repay him for the nights he claimed to have fallen asleep on
the last train home when, in fact, he was with his mistress. The
railroad learned this months later when a woman called to confess. She
never did pick up the ashes, though, and Metro-North had to get rid of
them and the urn they came in...