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Recycle Old Holiday Lights for a Great Cause

Officials said in last year's first light recycling drive, a total of 1,371 pounds of scrap was recycled.

After digging out the holiday lights, have you found some aren't working?

The Lisle Partners for Parks Foundation will be collecting holiday lights at the Lisle Park District Recreation Center, Community Center, and Wheatstack – A Midwestern Eatery & Tap/River Bend Golf Club through Feb. 1.

The donated holiday lights may be in any condition, as the wiring inside will be processed for scrap materials.

The entire proceeds from processing the materials will be donated to the Lisle Partners for Parks Foundation. The Foundation uses donated funds to enrich the quality of lives in the greater Lisle community by providing scholarship funding for recreation programs and helps to advance the mission of the Lisle Park District.

Officials said in last year's first light recycling drive, a total of 1,371 pounds of scrap was recycled. The valuable wiring inside totaled 713 pounds and resulted in a donation of $163.99.

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