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Don't Throw Away Those Box Tops!

Did you know that the Spring Ridge Visitor's Center is a collection point for the Box Tops for Education program?  Last year, two Cadette Girl Scouts who live in Spring Ridge worked with the community managers and board of directors to get approval to place a collection box at the Visitor's Center and to advertise the program as part of a sustainable project to earn their Silver Award. 

Contributions are donated to the middle school that serves Spring Ridge -- Governor Thomas Johnson Middle School.   You can read more about this project in the April 2017 and October 2016 Spring Ridge newsletters available at www.springridgeonline.com.  If you already collect box tops for our two local elementary schools (Spring Ridge and Oakdale) please continue to do so.  But if you have been throwing box tops away, this information is for you!  You can drop off Box Tops for Education at the Visitor's Center 24/7. During business hours, please stop in and drop them in the collection box. 

But when the Visitor's Center is closed you can use the mail slot.  We request that you put the box tops in a ziplock bag.  More information about the Box Tops for Education program can be found at www.boxtops4education.com.   Questions?  Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..