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The Hanover Township Green Team and Environmental Commission sincerely thank the residents and municipal employees who participated in the November 14th Community Shred Day and Food Drive dual event. Nearly three tons of paper were securely shredded and 1,500 pounds of non-perishable food were donated to benefit the Interfaith Food Pantry.
One hundred eighty Hanover Township residents came out on Saturday, November 14th to participate in the Green Team/Environmental Commission’s Community Shred Day event and Food Drive to benefit the Interfaith Food Pantry. Nearly three tons of paper – a record-setting amount of material for the municipality for this event – were securely shredded on-site by Security Shredding, the Township’s event vendor. The food drive, which will benefit the Interfaith Food Pantry (IFP), generated 1,500 pounds of non-perishable items that will assist the IFP in feeding Morris County neighbors in need over the upcoming holidays.
Pictured above: Green Team/Environmental Commission members who ran the dual event, stand in front of the Security Shredding truck. From left to right back row: Ann Kraynak, Dennis Wilson, Dennis Fashano, and Claire Matlon. Front row: Dennis Dittrick and Mayor John L. Ferramosca, who serves as the Township Committee liaison to the Green Team and Environmental Commission.
Pictured above: Green Team/Environmental Commission members pause for a photo in front of the Department of Public Works’ truck the volunteers loaded with food donations for the Interfaith Food Pantry. The Department of Public Works transported the 1,500 pounds of food to the IFP immediately following the event. Pictured above from left to right: Dennis Wilson, Dennis Fashano (standing on the truck bed), Claire Matlon, holding one of the Green Team reusable shopping bags given out to residents during the event, and Dennis Dittrick.