Go Green With Kelly Senior Center - Rummage and Metal Recycling Fundraiser on 04/27/13

April 22, 2013


Saturday, April 27 from 8 am – 2 pm
Kelly Senior Center | 6100 S Lake Drive, Cudahy | (414) 481-9611
Admission: 50 cents; All proceeds benefit activities at the Senior Center.

This indoor rummage features over 50 unique vendors selling household goods, vintage, books, art, jewelry, crafts and more.

Make a commitment this Earth Day to recycle more and finish off your spring cleaning by recycling unwanted metal items. Kelly Senior Center is partnering with CIMCO (formerly Action Recycling) to turn unwanted metal trash into cash for the center. Anything containing aluminum, steel, stainless, cast iron items will be accepted. Drop off items in the south parking lot beginning at 8:00 AM Saturday. Assistance with unloading is available.

While you are at the center, check out Kelly's beautiful courtyard garden with easy access to walking paths in Warnimont Park and the bluffs along Lake Michigan. Kelly Senior Center specializes in outdoor education programming and offers a variety of activities throughout the year including nature walks, wildlife talks, and gardening demonstrations.

More about this center at www.interfaithmilw.org

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