15 Mar April 2019 – Keep Verona Beautiful & Podcasts
Keep Verona Beautiful!
Did you know?
In 2017 Verona collected over 1600 tons of recyclables during curbside collections!
Recycling in Verona
The following items can be recycled with your biweekly curb pick-up recycling
(1-4 unit residential properties):
- Paper, plastic bottles and containers
- Flattened cardboard and paperboard
- Food and beverage cans and cartons
- Glass bottles and containers
April 22, 2019 – Earth Day
Earth Day, which dates back to 1970, is held to demonstrate and promote environmental awareness and calls for the protection of our planet. Earth Day is celebrated in more than 193 countries each year.
What Will You Do for Earth Day?
- Plant a tree
- Use the library
- Pick up trash
- Commit to recycle
- Use cloth grocery bags
- Shorter showers
- Teach recycling
- Use a reusable water bottle
- Wear GREEN on 4/22!
Yes, I am the one that said “I’d rather look at snow than dead grass” but don’t blame me for all that snow and cold! Looking forward to Spring at VSC!
(I’m addicted, thanks to Julie) A podcast is like a radio program on all kinds of topics to download on your phone, tablet or computer; most are free AND it’s easy. There are podcasts on every topic; news, sports, health, mystery, religion, education, science, art & more. Some are funny, some are weird or creepy, and some will intrigue or educate you. Many popular T.V programs, host’s & celebrities have a podcast where they interview various guests & discuss different topics.
Here are a few random podcasts that were “recommended on the internet”
- This American Life by NPR, Sleep With Me (boring bedtime stories to help you to sleep. Trust me, it’s boring!)
- Left, Right & Center (weekly podcast discussing politics from every angle)
- The Stressed Out Caregiver,
- True Crime Story Time,
- Rock Your Retirement (dating, travel, health)
- Radio Diaries ( True short stories told by the person who lived it. Personally, I love this podcast!)
I want my children to have all the things I couldn’t afford. Then I want to move in with them ~ Phyllis Diller