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Donate your old cell phones

Dear Editor,

Donate your old cell phones

Are you wondering what to do with your old cell phone, the ones that are no longer in use, just lying around the house taking up space? You can donate them and help save the environment from their harmful toxins and chemicals. Barbara and Matthew Reid, mother and son from Thomson, are collecting used and inactive cell phones to help the environment. Some of the phones will also be used as 911 phones by victims of domestic violence, police departments and senior citizens. You can help by donating your old cell phones. Listed below you will find the many businesses that are sponsoring their drop-off boxes. Feel free to take your old phones by any of these places in Thomson:

Gramps Stamps & Antiques, 128 Railroad Street; Olde Soul Antiques & Trinkets, 216 First Avenue; Aunt Tique and Uncle Junk's, 210 First Avenue; McDuffie County Health Department, Greenway Street; Arrington Industries, 1798 Warrenton Highway, The McDuffie Mirror, 108 Railroad Street, Luckey Sign Co., 206 West Hill St.; State Farm Insurance Company, 634 Main Street; Bi-Lo Grocery Store, 669 Main Street; Thomson Chrysler Dodge Jeep, 2158 Washington Road; Ryan's Family Steakhouse, 2217 Harrison Rd., NE.; Chalker's Autos & Wrecker Service, 1292 Washington Rd.; and Roger's Flea market, Table 25, Saturday ONLY, Harrison Road.

Web posted on Thursday, May 17, 2007

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