Salisbury Press

Thursday, September 20, 2018
A free shredding and public safety event was held June 16 at Salisbury High School, 500 E. Montgomery St., sponsored by state Rep. Jeanne McNeill, R-133rd, the borough of Fountain Hill and Salisbury Township. LEFT: Residents bring documents containing personal information, such as Social Security numbers, credit card statements and applications, medical records, banking statements, canceled checks A free shredding and public safety event was held June 16 at Salisbury High School, 500 E. Montgomery St., sponsored by state Rep. Jeanne McNeill, R-133rd, the borough of Fountain Hill and Salisbury Township. LEFT: Residents bring documents containing personal information, such as Social Security numbers, credit card statements and applications, medical records, banking statements, canceled checks
PRESS PHOTOS BY ALEXIS BOVERepresentatives from the Eastern and Western fire departments attend the shredding/public safety event to talk with residents. PRESS PHOTOS BY ALEXIS BOVERepresentatives from the Eastern and Western fire departments attend the shredding/public safety event to talk with residents.
Drivers pull up to the shredding truck to drop off their confidential documents. Drivers pull up to the shredding truck to drop off their confidential documents.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF SALISBURY TOWNSHIP POLICE CHIEF ALLEN W. STILESSalisbury Township Manager Cathy Bonaskiewich, left, STP School Resource Officer Rich Nothstein, Cpl. Chris Casey and Jim Levernier, foreman of the public works department in the township, are on hand to collect unused prescriptions. PHOTOS COURTESY OF SALISBURY TOWNSHIP POLICE CHIEF ALLEN W. STILESSalisbury Township Manager Cathy Bonaskiewich, left, STP School Resource Officer Rich Nothstein, Cpl. Chris Casey and Jim Levernier, foreman of the public works department in the township, are on hand to collect unused prescriptions.
Members of the Salisbury Township Police Department show the police vehicles and collect unused prescriptions from residents as part of the shredding/public safety event June 16 at Salisbury High School. Members of the Salisbury Township Police Department show the police vehicles and collect unused prescriptions from residents as part of the shredding/public safety event June 16 at Salisbury High School.

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