Atlanta 4-H clubs collect caps for
Send a link to a friend
[October 21, 2017]
The Atlanta Ag 4-H and
Atlanta Town & Country 4-h clubs are teaming up to conduct a new
community service project.
The two clubs will be collecting Caps for Benches. In the program,
the community is asked to save and donate plastic caps to the
project. The caps will, in turn, be re-purposed into benches that
will be given back to the community.
Cap collection points have been set up at Atlanta National Bank, the
Atlanta Post Office, and Olympia South Elementary School in Atlanta.
Also, if you are unable to deliver caps to one of these three
locations, you contact members of the two 4-H clubs, and they will
make arrangements to come collect your donation.
The clubs recently spent an evening working on the kick-off of their
After working on their
community service project, everyone enjoyed a pot luck meal at the
Atlanta City Park.
[to top of second column]
Afterward, the 4-H'ers
finished off the evening working together to solve problems and
complete the 4-H Challenge Game - Body Detective.
This recycling project calls for specific types of caps and lids.
Here is the list of
what is acceptable:
Medicine bottle caps
Milk jug caps
Toothpaste tube caps
Drink bottle caps
Flip top caps (catsup/mustard)
Spout top caps
Spray paint caps
Ointment tube caps
Any cap labeled with recycle numbers 2, 4, or 5
Cottage cheese container lids
Mayonnaise jar lids
Peanut butter jar lids
Ice cream bucket lids under 8-inches in diameter
Cool Whip or other whipped topping container lids
Coffee can lids
Cream cheese container lids
Butter or margarine container lids
NOTE: no metal caps
or lids please
Other lids, caps and
products that CANNOT be accepted
Plastic ziptop bags
Fast food drink lids
The recycling project will also accept prescription bottles with
prescription labels removed please.