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Abitibi Newspaper Recycling
Every wonder what the Abitibi newspaper recycling bin at the Town Hall does for the community?
Proceeds from the recycling effort go to offset the cost of the Port-o-Let in Hohlt Park. The more paper we recycle in the bin, the more money that goes to this effort.
Click here to find out more about the program and what types of paper can be placed in the container.
Rocky Ripple Town Council
Find out what the Rocky Ripple Town Council is doing. Visit the town council's website: www.rockyripple.com
Rocky Ripple Community Emergency Response Team
Rocky Ripple is unique in that we have our own team of volunteers that work to ensure the community remains in a state of readiness for emergencies and natural disasters. Click here for more information about the CERT.
Rocky Ripple Directory - 2013 Edition
Resident Julie Bleakley is working on the 2013 edition of the Rocky Ripple Community Association (RRCA) Town Directory. To be included as a resident or to place a business ad, contact Julie at 358-5476 or send your information to email@example.com.
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