Project Planned In Fayetteville To Break Down, Recycle As Many Wreaths As Possible

Posted: December 28, 2012 at 4:23 a.m.

Bo’s Project will be held Jan. 15 in conjunction with the removal of the wreaths from the Fayetteville National Cemetery. The project is an effort to break down as many wreaths as possible and send them to Fayetteville’s recycling center, according to a news release. The greenery will go to compost, the wiring and red ribbon into the recycling.

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News, Pages 4 on 12/28/2012


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