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Volunteers Needed for Franklin County Home Show

posted Apr 19, 2013, 10:27 AM by Maria Geueke
Recycle/Compost volunteers are needed for:
the little e (formerly the Franklin County Home Show/ Green Fair)


April 20 & 21, 2013 at the Franklin County Fairgrounds (89 Wisdom Way, Greenfield, MA 01301) The event is 10-4 both days. Volunteers also needed for set up on Friday April 19. www.thelittlee.org


Recycle/ Compost volunteers will:

 Collect compost* and recyclables from designated bins
 Monitor compost bins
Remove plastic contamination from compost
 *   Have fun and enjoy the event while protecting our environment and promoting sustainability

(Gloves and hand sanitizer are provided.)

*Large-scale commercial/ industrial compost program in which anything biodegradable is accepted: paper, paper plates, napkins, meat, bones, dairy, grains, breads, veggies, fruits, and more. Compostable materials are collected in designated collection bins and delivered to a compost facility.

Parking and admission is free (though we do accept donations at the gate); volunteers will be listed at the gate.

Individuals, families, school groups, scout troops, and civic groups are welcome and encouraged to volunteer.

Volunteer Shifts (suggested shifts noted below: we are flexible and multiple shifts are welcome!)

Friday, April 19:
Set Up:
2-6:** ________________
3-6:** _______________

Saturday, April 20:
12-3: __________________
3-5: __________________

Sunday April 21:
12-3: __________________
3-6**: __________________

**Volunteers are especially needed at this time.

More about Franklin County's littlee!


The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce and the Greenfield Business Association have combined three local annual events, the Franklin County Home Show, the Green Fair, and Farm to Fiber, (a venue for local fiber farms and artists involved with natural, domestic fiber) into one spectacular Franklin County expo. Another new addition this year is a Local Brewers Sampling Tent; come enjoy a taste of each of the beer, hard cider and mead that is made locally in Franklin County. (There will be a fee charged and I.D.'s will be required at the entrance to this tent only.) Other new additions include the Sunday Waffle Breakfast and ten workshops on home and gardens that celebrate Earth Day.

This expo will showcase how we live and how we make our living in Franklin County. Exhibitors will be included in categories such as home improvement, leisure activities, and new environmental products, and there will be home; yard and garden; and fiber workshops on everything from 2013 Solar Energy Options to raising chickens in your backyard. www.thelittlee.org<http://www.thelittlee.org/>
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