Learn more about 22News’ annual Community Shredding Event at the Big E grounds

Mass Appeal

Barry Sanborn, co-owner of Proshred Security, Milagros Johnson, Director at the Mayor’s Office of Consumer Information, and Anna Giza, Promotions Director of 22News, got us ready for the annual Community Shredding Event this Saturday.

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – On Saturday, June 15 from 8:30 a.m. until noon, the public is invited to a free Community Shredding Event on the grounds of Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield. 22News, Eastern States Exposition, The Mayor’s Office of Consumer Information Working in Cooperation with the MA Attorney General’s Office, and Proshred Security are sponsoring the event.

Any unwanted paper documents that include personally identifiable information or financial documentation should be shredded. There will be a five-box limit per vehicle, and items such as paper clips, staples, rubber bands, manila folders, and window envelopes do not need to be removed prior to shredding. Three ring binders, packaging or wrapping materials, and anything non-confidential in nature should not be brought to the event for shredding.

People attending the shredding event are also invited to bring donations of non-perishable food items for the Open Pantry Emergency Food Pantry.

All vehicles must enter the Eastern States Exposition grounds through Gate 9 for the event. Anyone using a GPS for Gate 9 should use 875 Memorial Avenue, West Springfield, MA as the destination address.

The Community Shredding Event is a community service project being done as part of Nexstar Media Group’s Founder’s Day of Caring activities. Nexstar is WWLP’s parent company. Nexstar Media Group celebrates their anniversary each year by doing community service projects in each Nexstar television market. This event is also a 22News “Connecting With Community” project.

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