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Published: 6/2/2009

From plastic to shirts at Waterloo Elementary

NBRN recycle03p  The Blade/Lisa Dutton 05_27_2009 Monroe,MI l to r-Eight year old Alec Neidinger and 7 year old Liliana Kurutz count plastic bottles that the class has been recycling.  The second graders in Kim Pearch's class have been collecting plastic water bottles since April as part of recycling project. THey are using a website to calculate the number of shirts that the collected bottles will make. NBRN recycle03p The Blade/Lisa Dutton 05_27_2009 Monroe,MI l to r-Eight year old Alec Neidinger and 7 year old Liliana Kurutz count plastic bottles that the class has been recycling. The second graders in Kim Pearch's class have been collecting plastic water bottles since April as part of recycling project. THey are using a website to calculate the number of shirts that the collected bottles will make.
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NBRN recycle03p  The Blade/Lisa Dutton 05_27_2009 Monroe,MI Eight year old Josephine Alley shows her graphs to her teacher Ms. Kim Pearch.  The second graders in Kim Pearch's class have been collecting plastic water bottles since April as part of recycling project. THey are using a website to calculate the number of shirts that the collected bottles will make. NBRN recycle03p The Blade/Lisa Dutton 05_27_2009 Monroe,MI Eight year old Josephine Alley shows her graphs to her teacher Ms. Kim Pearch. The second graders in Kim Pearch's class have been collecting plastic water bottles since April as part of recycling project. THey are using a website to calculate the number of shirts that the collected bottles will make.
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Right: Eight-year-old Alec Neidinger and 7-year-old Liliana Kurutz count plastic bottles that the class at Waterloo Elementary School on South Custer Road in Monroe has been recycling. The second-graders in Kim Pearch's class been collecting since April as part of a recycling project. They are using a Web site to calculate how many shirts the collection can be used to make.


Right: Josephine Alley, 8, shows her graphs to Ms. Pearch.




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