Presented by Leadership Donelson-Hermitage
To be held on April 13, 2013
NASHVILLE, TENN: – Health, Hope and Heroes Day, an annual event presented by Leadership Donelson-Hermitage will be held April 13th from 9:00am to 1:00pm at the Hermitage Community Center located at 3720 James Kay Lane and surrounding Metro Park. This free community event is designed to increase community education and awareness of health, safety and opportunities available to the greater Nashville community, and to offer recycling opportunities for numerous items. Sponsors include Metro Parks, Metro Public Works, and MaxShred.
The event includes free health screenings, recycling of electronic waste, mini household waste, document shredding, unused and outdated prescription disposal, fingerprinting of children and many other services. Over thirty non-profits and community service organizations will be available to provide information on services they offer. Metro Police Department’s Hermitage Precinct will discuss crime prevention, as well as, the Sheriff’s Office Mobile Booking Unit. Food trucks, a bouncy-house, and other kid’s activities will also be available.
Leadership Donelson-Hermitage, in conjunction with Metro Public Works is very excited about the recycling opportunities. Examples of recyclable items include, but are not limited to: televisions, computers/monitors, printers, stereos and speakers, cassettes, floppy discs, DVDs/CDs, cell phones and accessories, fluorescent tubes, CFL bulbs, household batteries (no car batteries), and a thermometer swap (bring your old mercury thermometer and receive a free digital). No paint or other hazardous household waste will be accepted. See you there!