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Bring your sensitive documents for shredding while supporting a good cause at Congregation Kol Ami's first annual Shred Fest, in partnership with Secure Eco Shred Inc. The event will take place on Sunday, Sept. 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Kol Ami’s parking lot located at 1484 Highland Ave. (Route 10) in Cheshire, rain or shine.
Residents and businesses are invited to bring documents such as bank statements, old papers, pay stubs, receipts, invoices, cancelled checks, tax forms, medical records, credit card statements, and other paper for shredding by Secure Eco Shreds mobile shredder.
Staples and paper clips do not need to be removed and CD’s, computer hard drives, videotapes, and other forms of sensitive information are also acceptable.
The cost will be $10 per standard copy paper-type box (larger boxes slightly higher.) All proceeds will be used to enhance programming at Kol Ami. Assistance will be available to help unload boxes. The shredded material will go directly to recycling mills to be made into paper products.
Businesses and individuals who would like to bring 50 boxes or more are asked to call Jeffrey Friedman at (203) 819-3438 to make pre-arrangements.
Kol Ami is an inclusive and welcoming synagogue, combining creative traditional Jewish worship with innovative programming to meet the wide spectrum of needs in the diverse Jewish community of central Connecticut. It is located at 1484 Highland Avenue and can be reached by calling (203) 272-1006 or on the web at www.kolamicheshire.org.