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Symphony to shred for funds

The Bremerton Symphony Association will host its spring-season shredding fundraiser April 6, jointly sponsored by Peninsula All-Shred.

For a dollar a pound, Symphony supporters can shred sensitive documents securely and safely from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the front lot of Albertson’s on Wheaton Way.

Symphony Board members will be on hand to accept tax returns and documentation, banking records, statements and bills, and other sensitive documents at this convenient, drive-through location.

All-Shred’s state-of-the-art equipment will shred all materials on-site, “while you watch.”  Proceeds of the event will benefit the Bremerton Symphony’s concert and education programs.

Of special note is a reduced-price coupon, which offers shredding of 15 pounds of the price of $10. This is available only until April 1 and can be purchased from board members or at the symphony office, 532 5th Street, Suite 16, Bremerton.

For more information call 360-373-1722.

The Bremerton Symphony Association is in its 70th year of bringing classical music home to the Kitsap Peninsula. Its Orchestra, Concert Chorale, Youth Symphony, and music education programs are funded through area business sponsorships, private donations, ticket sales and special fund-raisers like this one.

 

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