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MJHL Players Promote Recycling

January 13, 2015

 

Recently, players from the Steinbach Pistons visited Green Valley School in Grunthal, MB as part of the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Ambassador Program. All 11 MJHL teams are participating in the program, with players delivering recycling messages to Manitoba youth, focusing on the importance of recycling empty beverage containers. MJHL players will visit over 40 schools throughout the province during the current hockey season.

“MJHL players are role models for students and youth and we are pleased to support recycling and good environmental stewardship,” said Kim Davis, MJHL Commissioner. “It is important for all of us to do our part for the environment.”

The Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Ambassador program complements the Recycle Everywhere 101 school program. For more information and to order free Recycle Everywhere bins for your school, visit: www.recycleeverywhere.ca

 

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