Cariboo Rocks the YMCA

So what happened with all those empties at Cariboo Rocks the North? Waste Management was in charge of, well, managing the waste at the event and when they heard of the PG Recycling and Return-It Centre's ongoing program of donation bins where resident drop off their empties and the proceeds will go to a local charity, they jumped on it. The charity benefiting from the bins at Cariboo Rocks the North was the YMCA of Northern BC and a cheque for $1,370.55 was handed over Monday. On hand for the presentation are Cariboo Rocks the North organizer Kyle Sampson of Pacific Western Brewing, Glen Mikkelsen of CN Centre, Stephanie Mikalishen-Deol of the YMCA of Northern BC, Ken Ziemer of the Return-It Centre, and Scott Dobie of Waste Management. Bill Phillips photo
So what happened with all those empties at Cariboo Rocks the North? Waste Management was in charge of, well, managing the waste at the event and when they heard of the PG Recycling and Return-It Centre’s ongoing program of donation bins where resident drop off their empties and the proceeds will go to a local charity, they jumped on it. The charity benefiting from the bins at Cariboo Rocks the North was the YMCA of Northern BC and a cheque for $1,370.55 was handed over Monday. On hand for the presentation are Cariboo Rocks the North organizer Kyle Sampson of Pacific Western Brewing, Glen Mikkelsen of CN Centre, Stephanie Mikalishen-Deol of the YMCA of Northern BC, Ken Ziemer of the Return-It Centre, and Scott Dobie of Waste Management. Bill Phillips photo