Help our Elementary Level DI Team the Cotton Candy Monsters, get to Knoxville to compete at Global Finals!
The Knights of Columbus will hold an Electronics Recycling event to help support the Algoma School DIstrict DI program on Saturday, May 12, 2018, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Algoma City Garage, 1520 Jefferson St.
For free you can drop off the following items:
Computer towers, laptops, cell phones, servers, wire & cabling, keyboards/mouse, copiers/printers/fax machines, phone systems, DVD/VCR/Stereos/CD Players, rechargeable batteries, washers, dryers & stoves, household appliances big & small, anything metal.
Items for a fee:
Monitors ($10), TVs ($15), TVs over 30″ and console TVs ($30), Freon units ($5)
Just pull up and someone will help you unload your items.
If you have a computer tower or server and cannot make it on Saturday, FTS Technology Group, 311 Steele St. Algoma has agreed to be a drop-off point for computer towers and servers only (no monitors please). And for just $34.29, FTS will securely wipe your data before turning over your old system.
A hamburger and brat fry will also take place from 10 – 12:30.
This event is open to all and will happen rain or shine.
The Cotton Candy Monsters will be travelling to Knoxville, TN. to compete at Global Finals May 23 – 26, 2018. They will be representing Algoma as they compete with teams from all over the world!