Hazelwood Green Committee’s Reward Residents For Turning In Pledge Cards

Hazelwood resident Titus Reed was excited about winning his prize for turning in his recycling pledge card.  When he came to pick up his two Home Field Box Seat tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals’ home game on August 24, he was dressed in Cardinals’ gear and ready to go.

Hazelwood resident Titus Reed was excited about winning his prize for turning in his recycling pledge card. When he came to pick up his two Home Field Box Seat tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals’ home game on August 24, he was dressed in Cardinals’ gear and ready to go.

The Hazelwood’s Green Committee held its first prize drawing for the 2017 Recycling Pledge Card Campaign at a recent City Council meeting.

Five lucky winners won some fabulous prizes just for turning in their pledge cards. The winners included Titus Reed, Sue Ridenhour, Jo Barcelona, Linda Spencer and Katie Theriault.

Reed and Ridenhour were the first two winners chosen by Mayor Robinson, who assisted Green Committee Chairperson Ron Darling by spinning the raffle drum and making the selections.

Both of them received two Home Field Box Seat tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals’ home game against the San Diego Padres on Thursday, Aug. 24. The tickets were donated by Republic Services.

Barcelona was chosen next to receive a Rusty Wallace Karting Center certificate, entitling two people to enjoy a Karting Experience plus their choice of either mini-golf or bumper boats, free of charge.

Her husband, Dean, came to City Hall to pick-up the certificate. He said that both of them are making a commitment to recycle more in 2017. When he was told that the facility uses European-style go-karts that go as fast as 40-50 mph around the racetrack, he smiled and said he was looking forward to it.

The two other winners, Spencer and Theriault, won a Family Pak of four daily admission passes to Hazelwood’s White Birch Bay Aquatic Center and three free hours of time in the batting cages at the St. Louis United Sports Academy at the St. Louis Outlet Mall.

Those pledge cards that weren’t selected for the first round of prizes will be saved and pooled with the new submissions for the next prize drawing on Oct. 4.

There’s still time for residents to be eligible for the next round of prizes. All they need to do is to pick-up a 2017 Recycling Pledge Card Campaign flyer at City Hall, Hazelwood Community Center or Civic Center East.

Then fill out the pledge card and sign it. After cutting the pledge card from the flyer, turn it in at any of the three above mentioned places and they will be collected and saved for the City Council meeting, scheduled for Oct. 4. You can download and print the flyer from the City’s website.

After completing the form, they can submit it at the front desk of any of the public buildings mentioned above.

In addition, pledge cards will be collected at Harvestfest on Saturday, Sept. 9, at the City Tent and again on Saturday, Sept. 16, at the City’s Recycle Day.

Photo Caption: Hazelwood resident Titus Reed was excited about winning his prize for turning in his recycling pledge card. When he came to pick up his two Home Field Box Seat tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals’ home game on August 24, he was dressed in Cardinals’ gear and ready to go.



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