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Shred It: Free paper document shredding and games galore at Crestview Library

Keep Okaloosa Beautiful is inviting all Okaloosa County residents to join them at the Crestview Library on May 26th, 2023, from 11am to 1pm for their Shred It event. This free […]

Keep Okaloosa Beautiful is inviting all Okaloosa County residents to join them at the Crestview Library on May 26th, 2023, from 11am to 1pm for their Shred It event. This free event aims to provide a convenient and eco-friendly solution for disposing of unwanted paper documents, while also offering a day of entertainment for the whole family.

Located at 1445 Commerce Dr Crestview, FL 32539, the Crestview Library will serve as the venue for this community event. Attendees are encouraged to bring their personal documents for secure shredding, and there’s no need to remove staples or rubber bands. 

  • Shred It utilizes a cross shredder, ensuring that all paper documents are transformed into confetti-like pieces, guaranteeing the security of sensitive information.

Additionally, Keep Okaloosa Beautiful has organized a range of games and activities to keep everyone entertained throughout the day. Recycling games, girl scouts, sea turtles and marine debris, and a library scavenger hunt created by the Crestview Library will be among the highlights.

  • Children and adults alike can participate in the library scavenger hunt and stand a chance to win fantastic prizes. 
  • Upon completing the hunt, participants will receive reusable totes as a token of appreciation. 

Tables will also be set up at the event, providing additional information on recycling, upcoming clean-up initiatives, and other relevant topics. 

Those interested in lending a helping hand can volunteer for the event by sending an email to khiemier@myokaloosa.com.

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