FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: November 15, 2022
Contact: Carrie Dittman, Centerville-Washington Park District, email@example.com
Subject: Recycle Broken Holiday Lights
CENTERVILLE, OH: Don’t let broken lights dim your holiday spirit! The Centerville-Washington Park District (CWPD) now has six collection locations for the Cohen Holiday Lights Recycling Drive. From December 1 to February 1, drop off your broken or unwanted lights at the following locations:
• CWPD headquarters building at Activity Center Park, 221 N. Main St.
• CWPD operations building, 354 Congress Park Dr.
• Smith House at Bill Yeck Park, 2230 E. Centerville Station Rd.
• Kennard Nature Nook at Grant Park, 6588 McEwen Rd.
• Robert F. Mays Park, 10553 Paragon Rd.
• Schoolhouse Park, 1875 Nutt Rd.
Lights should be loose, not placed in bags or boxes. String lights will be the only items collected at these locations, no other types of holiday light displays should be placed in the bins.
Cohen will make a donation to the Centerville-Washington Park District proportional to the amount of lights collected. Help your park district and keep your lights out of the landfill!
The Centerville-Washington Park District operates eight community parks, nine nature parks, and 34 neighborhood parks encompassing more than 1,030 acres in Centerville and Washington Township. For more information about the Centerville-Washington Park District, please call (937) 433-5155 or visit www.cwpd.org.¬¬