Masters Gallery helps PHS recycle paper


Linda Mueller of Masters Gallery presents a check to Brady Grapentine of the Plymouth High School Green Team, as PHS Associate Principal Andy Novak, left, and Green Team advisor Court Ramaeker look on. — Submitted photo Linda Mueller of Masters Gallery presents a check to Brady Grapentine of the Plymouth High School Green Team, as PHS Associate Principal Andy Novak, left, and Green Team advisor Court Ramaeker look on. — Submitted photo Masters Gallery recently presented a check to the Plymouth High School Green Team, representing the proceeds from a paper recycling drive.

Linda Mueller, Masters Gallery raw materials manager, said the company is very committed to recycling. She arranged for two large containers to be brought to Riverview Middle School during its end-of-the-year locker cleanup in June, and Green Team members guided Riverview students on separating the paper from the trash.

Masters Gallery took the paper to Green Bay for recycling, and on Oct. 14 presented a check for the $50.70 in proceeds to the Green Team. The money likely will go toward planting trees on the PHS grounds, said senior Brady Grapentine, who helped organize the team last spring.


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