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Rutland, VT

Contributed by puglover6616, an ePodunk user.

June 16, 2008

 hey I love being in rutland, has been a great place to grow up and i want to take a minute to urge the good folks of rutland to really consider recycling to help our enviroment and help keep rutland green,I know you might think its not that important or that we being such a small part of this great big world could make a dent,but let me put it this way you get a new car its dent free no scratches etc, over the years even though you try and take care of it 3-4 years down the road as you look down the side ,dang look at all the small dings and scratches..well i guess all those little dingsndents do make a difference and the same can happen with recycling.Theres a new small family run business that wants to make a difference, and is looking for customers who feel the same ,I urge you to visit www.freewebs.com/frogmaster to get started on the recycling road in rutland ,vt.


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