– Rep. Jim Marshall (R-Beaver/Butler) has canceled the shredding event scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 29, and the Concealed Carry Seminar on Saturday, Oct. 17.
“While I regret having to make this decision, I feel that it’s in everyone’s best interest. As always, my office is prepared to help with your state-related questions and concerns,” Marshall said.
Residents with questions about the canceled events or any other state-related issues are asked to call Marshall’s district office at 724-847-1352.
Beaver County residents who are interested in other opportunities for their sensitive documents to be shredded are welcome to attend the event hosted by the county on Wednesday, Aug. 12, from 8:30-11 a.m. at Brady’s Run Recycling Center in Brighton Township.
The county’s event is free to all Beaver County residents, who are asked to remove all binder clips, plastic and metal binding. Cameras are mounted to the county shred truck to ensure document destruction. Each resident is limited to four banker boxes; additional amounts may be declined. Businesses are not permitted.
Due to COVID-19’s sweeping impacts, residents are encouraged to confirm that the event hasn’t been canceled before planning to attend.
Representative Jim Marshall
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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