Saturday, December 16, 2017

Look What I Saw at the Green Center

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Green Center Open Jan 6, 2018

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from the Green Center. It was busy in the Center on our last day before Christmas. We got a few comments on the Monadnock Ledger story published Dec 13, 2017.

These boots were made for walking and they walked right out after being donated

These boots left in pursuit

I'm a fan of minimalist pottery

The forgotten era of ashtrays. I would guess the 1960s

You like clowns, put this next to your bed so you can laugh yourself to sleep

Plenty of snowmen

Be Merry

Who remembers the Rolodex?

Who remembers the Care Bears? This is the Good Luck Care Bear

I couldn't resist this treasure, I'll see how my grand-nephew likes it this Christmas

Just the thing for newlyweds

Good advice

We have TONS of these molds, please take some away

Desk clock for the handyman or handywoman

The look you make when you drop something on your toe


Easy Rider Santa

Cowboy Santas

Awesome isn't it?

We now have even more 8 track tapes, the hits keep coming

Soldering Iron, Sheep Shears and a Dwell Meter
The Green Center is the place to go for old technology

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Look What I Saw at the Green Center

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There is still time to shop for your Christmas shopping at the Green Center. We will be open Dec 16th  2017 from 9-12 noon (weather permitting). There were a number of wonderful items this week.

This owl did not last long, some lucky shopper took it away

Need a ceramic canoe? We have one.

Interesting ashtray (I think)

Great lamp that someone took

For a young woman who wants to learn how to sew

Great collection of doll house furniture

Doll house bed

More doll house items

Cake molds are still available

Lots of Christmas decorations

Need Christmas stockings? we have them

Stressed? take one and call me in the morning

Parker looks great in this wig

we have dresses

No one took a candy cane, come next week

Home made crafts

Salt & Pepper


Urine luck with this

Old technology

I'll shine it up and repost
Green Center is open to residents of Greenville & New Ipswich Only. Start a recycling center in your town, reduce, reuse and recycle.

Monday, December 4, 2017

Look What I Saw at the Green Center

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There is still time for Christmas Shopping at the Green Center. It will be open on Dec 9th and Dec 16th from 9-12.  We have plenty of Christmas items. Here are some of the treasures that came in on Dec 2nd.

Remember this travel mug design? These are fun to clean

On December 21, 2006, the National Labor Committee announced that the factory workers in China, who make Bratz dolls, labored for 94½ hours a week, while the factory paid only $0.515 an hour. The cost of labor per doll was $0.17. The retail price for a single doll ranges between $9.99 to $22.99, depending on the included items and specific retailer.[7]
The allegations in the report describe practices found at many Chinese factories producing name-brand products for export. They include required overtime exceeding the legal maximum of 36 hours a month, forcing workers to stay on the job to meet stringent production quotas and the denial of paid sick leave and other benefits.[8] The report shows copies of what it says are "cheat sheets" distributed to workers before auditors from Walmart or other customers arrive to make sure the factory passes inspections intended to ensure the supplier meets labor standards. It said workers at the factory intended to go on strike in January 2007 to protest plans by factory managers to put all employees on temporary contracts, denying them legal protection required for long-term employees.[7] 
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Music box that plays the theme from Doctor Zhivago

Flashback time - Get an eight track tape of Steve Miller or Grand Funk Railroad

Put a nice shine on your pickup with this NEW buffer

for Unicorn fans

Brand new robe for Christmas

Someone grabbed these already

Dress your wine bottle in a sweater

Here comes Santa Claus

Calling the 1950s, put these training wheels on your new shiny Schwinn bicycle

Dressed in style

I prefer baked potatoes with a crusty skin, this just seems wrong

I'm an antique teapot, old and corroded
NOTE: The Green Center is open only for residents of Greenville & New Ipswich, NH

Consider opening a similar venue in your town for recycling clothing, household goods, books and toys.