Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Wear?


The Sampson Community College Student Government Association is promoting National Recycling Week in order to encourage students to recycle to help the environment. Jasmine Paz-Martinez, SCC student and SGA member, offered to display her recycling dress she created to show students how recycling can also bring creativity or new ideas. The dress, which earned Paz-Martinez a second place award at the National Beta Club Competition, is made of recyclable materials such as plastic water bottles, soda cans, window screen, aluminum foil and two-liter soda bottles. Paz-Martinez says she wanted to show students how important it is to recycle and to demonstrate the ways recyclable materials can be used.


The Sampson Community College Student Government Association is promoting National Recycling Week in order to encourage students to recycle to help the environment. Jasmine Paz-Martinez, SCC student and SGA member, offered to display her recycling dress she created to show students how recycling can also bring creativity or new ideas. The dress, which earned Paz-Martinez a second place award at the National Beta Club Competition, is made of recyclable materials such as plastic water bottles, soda cans, window screen, aluminum foil and two-liter soda bottles. Paz-Martinez says she wanted to show students how important it is to recycle and to demonstrate the ways recyclable materials can be used.

The Sampson Community College Student Government Association is promoting National Recycling Week in order to encourage students to recycle to help the environment. Jasmine Paz-Martinez, SCC student and SGA member, offered to display her recycling dress she created to show students how recycling can also bring creativity or new ideas. The dress, which earned Paz-Martinez a second place award at the National Beta Club Competition, is made of recyclable materials such as plastic water bottles, soda cans, window screen, aluminum foil and two-liter soda bottles. Paz-Martinez says she wanted to show students how important it is to recycle and to demonstrate the ways recyclable materials can be used.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_DSC02326.jpgThe Sampson Community College Student Government Association is promoting National Recycling Week in order to encourage students to recycle to help the environment. Jasmine Paz-Martinez, SCC student and SGA member, offered to display her recycling dress she created to show students how recycling can also bring creativity or new ideas. The dress, which earned Paz-Martinez a second place award at the National Beta Club Competition, is made of recyclable materials such as plastic water bottles, soda cans, window screen, aluminum foil and two-liter soda bottles. Paz-Martinez says she wanted to show students how important it is to recycle and to demonstrate the ways recyclable materials can be used.
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