Shred-a-thon planned for Clayton Crossing

Shred unwanted documents for free and help the Surrey Food Bank at an upcoming event on Oct. 15

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Doing a little fall organizing in your home office? Help is at hand in dealing with personal documents that you no longer require.

The public is invited can take advantage of an upcoming shred-a-thon event on Saturday, Oct. 15 at Clayton Crossing Shopping Centre. It’s running from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., near Shoppers Drug Mart.

Donations of cash or non-perishable food items for donation to the Surrey Food Bank will be gratefully accepted.

The event is free, offering the public safe, on-site shredding and crime prevention information to help prevent identity theft.

Small business are welcome.

It’s presented by Super Save Shredding, the Surrey RCMP, City of Surrey, and the Surrey Food Bank.

Clayton Crossing Shopping Centre is located at 18677 Fraser Hwy., Surrey.

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