By Bruce Felps

Tietze Park has good friends.

Not only do they pamper the park, they also help take care of community members and help protect their financial identities.

Friends of Tietze Park Foundation arranged for Brinks Document Destruction to roll in the industrial-size shredder from 9 a.m.-1p.m., March 26, to the Skillman Street Church of Christ parking lot along Monticello Avenue.

The event offers area residents the chance to dispose of properly and safely all those old bank and credit card statements, utility bills, unused checks, and court summons without burning up the little home-size shredder.

The fundraiser — benefiting park improvements, with 10 percent of proceeds going to the church’s Angel Food Ministries — costs $7 for the first standard banker’s box, about 30 pounds of documents. Additional boxes and all boxes for people aged 60 and older cost $5.

Contact the Friends of Tietze Park for more information.


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