Sunfield SPY's Newsletter 10/17/2020
SPY’s Newsletter #103 (10/17/20) Sunfield Recycling Center To Re-Open At last, some good news! Thanks to the hard work and tireless effort of our County Commissioner Rob Piercefield, we are pleased to report that Eaton County Resource Recovery is reopening the Sunfield Recycling Center on Wednesday, October 28th. It will be open from 2 PM to 6 PM as a one-year pilot project to determine whether there is adequate demand and support for its continued operation. Items accepted include Plastics #1 & #2 ONLY, Newspapers, Steel / Tin, Aluminum, Cardboard & Boxboard, Junk Mail, Magazines, Office Paper, Telephone Books, Batteries, and Styrofoam. Please presort all recyclables, rinse bottles & cans, NO plastic bags, and remove all plastic caps. Please observe all COVID-19 protocols, as you would any other public space. This includes wearing a mask and social distancing. Going forward, regular hours of operation will be Wednesdays, 2 – 6 PM, and Saturdays, 9 AM – 1 PM. For more information, go to the Sunfield Recycling website at: https://recycle18.wixsite.com/sunfieldrecycling Got Any Suggestions? We would like to “pick the collective brains” of our Newsletter readership. We are asking if anyone out there knows of a place that could accommodate 300 people and serve beer. If you do know of such a place, please contact John Fisher at 517-648-0969. Thank you!
News From The Library Calling all “Friends of the Library!” Once again, the Sunfield District Library will be hosting the Friends Group Holiday Raffle. Items donated are being received now through October 31st. Donations from area businesses, as well as faithful patrons, make this such a successful event! All safety for Covid restrictions are still in place, so we feel that it can be hosted in a responsible manner. Items will be on display from November 3rdthrough December 12th. Drawings will take place on the 12th after the library closes. Many wonderful items are arriving, such as this Autographed MSU Basketball, donated by John Fisher. Not only Tom Izzo, but Suzy Merchant signed it as well! If anyone has questions, please feel free to contact the library during regular hours Tuesday-Friday 2pm-8pm and Saturday 9am-1pm. Lisa Bell, Director Sunfield District Library 112 Main, PO Box 97 Sunfield MI 48890 Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 2pm to 8pm; Saturdays 9am to 1pm Phone & Fax: 517-566-8065 SPY Contributions · Rebecca Calabro made a contribution in memory of John Starr · The following made donations through the Capital Area United Way: Rhonda Wolverton Robbin Boucher Adam Collins Kurt Henretty Kevin Merryfield Missy Pemberton · The following made contributions through Frontstream (which is similar to United Way): Erika Forbes Joanne Wilson Cynthia Selden Jan Thelen · Diane Updyke gave by taking advantage of our new Sustaining Member program. We sincerely thank you all for your thoughtfulness and consideration in financially supporting the SPY’s and our programs through these various means. You are very special people!. Parting Comments · Reflections: I told my suitcases that due to the Chinese Virus there will be no vacation this year. Now I’m dealing with emotional baggage.
· Thoughts On Aging: Y’all enjoy those 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s, because in your 50’s that check engine light is gonna come on.
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