This blog is sponsored by the Village of Exeter and it is for all the past, present and future residents of Exeter. It is a place to comment on the happenings of Exeter and your place to inform the community
Exeter High School Girls in the late 1930's. The only student identified is Ruth Taylor, front row third over. This photo is courtesy of Jennifer (Styskal) Faust. Anyone who can identfy any of the other students please contact Leesa Bartu
Appliances: Many stores will recycle your old appliance when you purchase a new one. Goodwill accepts working appliances. You can go to www.goodwill.org or you can contact the Steel Recycling Institute to recycle them at www.recycle-steel.org
Athletic shoes: One World Running will send still-wearable shoes to athletes in need in Africa, Latin America, and Haiti www.oneworldrunning.com Nike's Reuse-ashoe program turns old shoes into playground and athletic flooring: www/nikereuseashoe.com
Clothes: Wearable clothes can go to your local Goodwill outlet or shelter. Donate wearable women's business clothing to the nonprofit Dress for Success, which gives them to low-income women as they search for jobs: www.dressforsuccess.org Offer unwearable clthes to local animal bedding and shelter facilities, which often use them as pet bedding.