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Tearing it up

Volunteers Paarth Mittal, left, and Betty Lin carry boxes of receipts and papers to be shredded during the second annual Shred-a-thon at Broadmead Lodge on Saturday. For a small donation, Island Document Shredding and Storage cut up unwanted papers that contained personal information. Money raised benefits Broadmead Lodge’s creative arts department. - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Volunteers Paarth Mittal, left, and Betty Lin carry boxes of receipts and papers to be shredded during the second annual Shred-a-thon at Broadmead Lodge on Saturday. For a small donation, Island Document Shredding and Storage cut up unwanted papers that contained personal information. Money raised benefits Broadmead Lodge’s creative arts department.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff
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