, Kingston, NH


May 29, 2014

Appliance/Electronic Recycling

HAMPSTEAD — The Hampstead Lions Club will hold an Electronic and Small/Large Appliance (“White Goods”) Recycling Fundraiser on Sat., June 7, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at Stage Road Junction, corner of Routes 111 and 121 in Hampstead. All funds raised will go toward the support of Lions Charitable Efforts in the local community.

You can recycle just about anything! Now that Spring is here, get rid of those old computers, printers, copiers, TVs, VCRs, stereos, washers, dryers, air conditioners, refrigerators and freezers that are taking up valuable space in your home. For a small fee, any appliance or electronic item that is difficult to discard or cannot be put at the curb for pick-up can be recycled at this charity fundraiser.

This is also great for the environment! Fees are: computers: full systems - $25.00, monitors or computer-

$10.00 each, printer - $5.00, telephones - $1.00, small appliances (microwaves, fax machines, etc.) - $5.00; washers, dryers, stoves and air conditioners - $15.00; and refrigerators, water heaters, freezers - $20.00;

TVs/small - $15.00, TVs/large - $20.00. Certain bulk scrap metal items, such as barbecue grills and empty propane tanks with valves removed, may be accepted, as well.

The Hampstead Lions Club has been serving those in need in the Hampstead area since 1965 with such charitable missions as children’s preventative vision screening; financial assistance for hearing aids and other disability adaptive equipment for local residents in need; local Food Pantries funding and food donations; winter clothing drives; Christmas Wish Trees; student scholarships for graduates and summer camp scholarships for special needs children; and assisting local residents with particular hardships as the needs arise, to name but a few community services.

The Hampstead Lions Club looks forward to seeing you at our Appliance and Electronics Recycling Fundraiser and thanks you for your support to help the less fortunate in our community. For more information about the Recycling or the Lions Club, please contact Hal Beede at 603-793-1747 or via email

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