Over 100 residents attend “Community Shred Day” hosted by Rep. Marino and local library

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Legislator thanks residents and the library for successful event

Rep. Steve Marino and the Harrison Township Public Library recently hosted their annual “Spring Community Shred Day”. The event provides residents with secure shredding and disposal of sensitive documents to prevent identity theft. Both Marino, of Harrison Township, and the library thank the numerous residents who participated and made the annual event a tremendous success.

 “Everyone loved this event and the opportunity to shred sensitive personal documents that criminals could use to commit identity theft or fraud,” Marino said. Library Director Dan Hutchins echoed similar enthusiasm and stated, “In addition to protecting people from identity theft, the library staff was able to talk with residents about the many wonderful services they provide to the community. It was truly a win-win for the entire community.”

Marino and Hutchins were joined by Assistant Library Director Melissa Goins, Library Board Vice President John DaVia and Library Trustee Jim Bilen in hosting the annual community event.

Photo Information: State Rep. Steve Marino visits with a Harrison Township constituent during “Community Shred Day.”

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