Earth Day Groceries Reports, 2006

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Deborah Valentine
Old Hammondtown and Center Schools
Mattapoisett, MA USA

We decorated 500 bags!

About our project: Once again, in celebration of Earth Day, K-6 students integrated their science/health/environmental/art classes decorating Earth Day bags, and displaying them during the week of April 22 at Shaw's Super Market in Fairhaven, MA.

submitted on 3/23/2007

Deborah Valentine
Center/Old Hammondtown
Mattapoisett, MA USA

We decorated 500 bags!

About our project: Students in Mattapoisett celebrated Earth Day by designing paper grocery bags donated and displayed by Shaw's of Fairhaven, MA. Messages were creative and meaningful. It was a great learning experience for the whole family.

submitted on 5/9/2006

robert limoncelli
snug harbor community school
quincy, MA USA

We decorated 150 bags!

About our project: This is our 4th year of participation with our local Stop and Shop. The projectis coordinated by our art teacher, Ken Walsh. Our school is committed to raising student awareness of environmental and ecological issues.

submitted on 5/4/2006

Paul McQuilkin
Wyman School
Woburn, MA USA

We decorated 184 bags!

About our project: Wyman School students submitted 184 bags this year. We had a great time doing it and look forward to participating again next year. Thank you for continuing to sponsor this project.

Look at our pictures!  

submitted on 4/26/2006

Kay Halloran
City of Newburyport
Newburyport, MA USA

We decorated 800 bags!

About our project: Shoppers now wait to receive their great pieces of artwork! This great project is now part of our culture here in Newburyport. This year's theme was " If it rips, recycle it!" Hopefully, this message will reach more residents and our paper recycling tonnage will increase.

submitted on 4/24/2006