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Ashley Johnson
 

San Bernardino, CAUSA
 

We decorated 25 bags!

About our project: Instead of the grocery bags, my class created bookmarks. With a delay in motor skills it was simpler for my kids to color in all the white in a smaller space of a bookmark. I find some free templates online I simply print out on cardstock then cut the bookmarks out. After the coloring was completed I laminated them and we passed them out at our school library.

submitted on 5/2/2019


Melissa Schneider
mschneider@mayville.k12.wi.us
Mayville School District
LOMIRA, WIUSA
mayvilleschools.com

We decorated 85 bags!

About our project: .

submitted on 4/20/2015


Tina O'Connor
tina_lara03@sbcglobal.net
Troop 6031
West Bend, WIUSA
 

We decorated 25 bags!

About our project: My Brownie troop did this for an Earth Day project at our meeting today.

submitted on 4/21/2014


Angie Schuster
angela.schuster@veoliaes.com
H.B. Patch Elementary School
Omro, WIUSA
 

We decorated 300 bags!

About our project: I am from Advanced Disposal Services and we had paper bags made up to take them to our one of our elementary schools. We had the children color on them with environmental and earth day ideas and then we will take all of these bags to our local Piggly Wiggly on Earth Day. Advanced Disposal Employees will then help bag groceries for the customers.

submitted on 4/20/2013


Pat Poeschel
ppoeschel@co.pepin.wi.us
Schools in Pepin County
Durand, WIUSA
www.co.pepin.wi.us

We decorated 800 bags!

About our project: Wow!! Another great year for Pepin County. These teachers and students are amazing. They are very supportive of this program. The teachers are excited to have their students decorate grocery bags with colorful, enviornmental messages. Shoppers receiving these bags are equally excited and impressed by the students abilities. They can see that these students take great pride with enviornmental concerns.

submitted on 4/24/2012


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