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September 22, 2014
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“One man’s trash...


Oh, Mike Morone... you are brilliant! I’m thinking that it would seem prudent to check local sources willing to pick up what’s left behind after the world’s largest treasure hunt. Good Will, The Salvation Army, animal shelters and neighborhood thrift stores are but a few resources that come to mind as I begin sifting through my belongings. I do, indeed, have some incredibly cool stuff that has simply worn out its welcome as I downsize, but would love knowing that these “gently worn” precious items are pleasing others and saving our landfills from unnecessary waste. On April 22, I will be literally dancing in the streets while preparing for the May 12 event, when I’ll be scanning the horizon for one man’s trash that (in my quivering hands) could become a brand new treasure. If you haven’t done so already, “like” The River Reporter on Facebook and get in on our conversation regarding this special event. Together, we can make a difference.