Goodfellow recycles

(From right to left in the front:) Airman Caitlin Davies, 316th Training Squadron student, holds the lid up for Master Sgt. Kris Marshall, one of the recycling event coordinators, during “Goodfellow Recycles Day” Saturday at the base commissary parking lot.  Also in photo (far left) Tech. Sgt. Jaime Wilkerson, Airman Chris Zimbrich (looking at him) and TSgt. Malik Barnes looking into trailer. The Goodfellow NCO Academy class 07-5 sponsored the event.

“The purpose of this project is to educate, as well as, encourage people on the importance of recycling,” said Master Sgt. Marshall. Recycling has many benefits. We are here to show people what some of those benefits are,” he added.

 A recycling trailer was made available at the Southeast side of the Commissary parking lot. The trailer is still located at the parking lot for individuals wishing to donate recycleable items. The following items are accepted at the trailer: plastics (#1 and #2), aluminum cans and steel or tin food cans. 

For more information, please contact Tech. Sgt. Kris Marshall via Master Sgt. Theresa Meyer at 654-3586. For students wanting to help, call Airman Davies at (267) 391-6237 or Airman Chris Zimbrich at (608) 886-4864(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)

(From right to left in the front:) Airman Caitlin Davies, 316th Training Squadron student, holds the lid up for Master Sgt. Kris Marshall, one of the recycling event coordinators, during “Goodfellow Recycles Day” Saturday at the base commissary parking lot. Also in photo (far left) Tech. Sgt. Jaime Wilkerson, Airman Chris Zimbrich (looking at him) and TSgt. Malik Barnes looking into trailer. The Goodfellow NCO Academy class 07-5 sponsored the event. “The purpose of this project is to educate, as well as, encourage people on the importance of recycling,” said Master Sgt. Marshall. Recycling has many benefits. We are here to show people what some of those benefits are,” he added. A recycling trailer was made available at the Southeast side of the Commissary parking lot. The trailer is still located at the parking lot for individuals wishing to donate recycleable items. The following items are accepted at the trailer: plastics (#1 and #2), aluminum cans and steel or tin food cans. For more information, please contact Tech. Sgt. Kris Marshall via Master Sgt. Theresa Meyer at 654-3586. For students wanting to help, call Airman Davies at (267) 391-6237 or Airman Chris Zimbrich at (608) 886-4864(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)