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Below is a list of schools and which items it collects

Items each area school collects

Pine River: UPC codes from Our Family brand; codes found inside Kellogg’s Cereal boxes are worth free books; Sunny D UPC codes can be redeemed 20 at a time for 20 books; Fast Fixin and Fast Classics home team rewards logos are worth 30 cents each; Tyson Project A+ labels are worth 24 cents; Coborn’s receipt points from the Food Club are worth 1 cent per point and can be donated to the school; empty printer cartridges can be recycled by the school for money and cuts down on landfill wastes; Yoplait pink yogurt lids are being collected for breast cancer awareness.

Pine River and Crosslake: UPC codes from Country Hearth and Village Hearth Bread are worth 5 cents each; My Coke reward codes can be given to the school or points can be donated through; Clean Morning Glory milk caps are worth 5 cents each.

Pine River, Crosslake, Eagle View and Nisswa: Box Tops for Education logos are worth 10 cents each.

Pine River, Crosslake and Eagle View: Whole Campbell’s Soup labels can be exchanged by the school for items from a catalog.

Pine River and Eagle View: Pop tabs are donated to the Ronald McDonald House.

Any school: For purchases made with a Target Red card, Target makes donations to charities. You can opt to have donations made to your school.

Your local school might collect additional items.

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