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[greenyes] Fw: SCRAP Retail Space Grand ReOpening


Please join us Saturday for the:

SCRAP Grand ReOpening Celebration


SCRAP, the School and Community Reuse Action Project, will celebrate
the Grand Re-Opening of our new retail space on Saturday, February 29,
2004. Everyone is invited to join the festivities that run from 11 a.m.
until 6 p.m. Visitors will be amazed by the smorgasbord of reusable
items that can be incorporated into creative projects. Items like
fabric, yarn, paper, office supplies, CD jewel cases, buttons, stickers
and many other curious materials can be found at the new reuse

"The great, new space also means great, new scrap!" said Teri Petersen,
Executive Director, who has spent the last several weeks working with a
host of volunteers, designers, carpenters and artists to get the new
shop up and running. "A lot of wonderful material was squirreled away in
the basement over the years and now it's all going out on the shelves."

In early January, SCRAP moved from the former location on Mississippi
Street it had shared with the ReBuilding Center for three-and-a-half
years. The old store was absolutely brimming with customers and the
workshop room was ever-popular, so it was time to expand. The new
location on Williams Avenue will allow SCRAP to expand its programs, its
inventory and its hours, while remaining in the same neighborhood that
has supported it for the past several years.


3901 A North Williams Street (at Failing), Portland, Oregon


Saturday, February 25, 2004 from 11am to 6pm.

a.. 11 am - Ribbon Cutting/Poetry reading by Ruth Glass/Commitment
b.. 1:30 pm - Interactive Puppet Show by Bruce Orr of Mudeye
Puppet Co.
c.. 2-4 pm - Live Music with Bobby Soxx.
d.. 12-5 pm - Open Workshop (all ages) with artistic

All are welcome!


SCRAP is a not-for-profit, community reuse center that has won several
awards for its work in environmental education and community service.
SCRAP accepts donations of preappoved, clean, reusable materials from
local industries and individuals. Annually, SCRAP keeps 67,000 lbs. of
reusable materials out of landfills, putting them in the hands of
children, teachers and artists, and educates people the importance of

For more information about the Re-Opening party or SCRAP's new retail
operations, contact Teri or Molly at (503) 294-0769 or
info@no.address Learn more about SCRAP on the web at:

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