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Neland does! We use Organicycle and have had great success. The transition, of course, took a little time, but with clearly labeled, sorted trash stations on each level of the church, we've noticed a huge reduction in our landfill waste over the last year. We've also noticed that there's a great interest in composting at home among members of our congregation.

I just read a few great ones:

- Where'd You Go Bernadette? A vacation read, strictly for pleasure, but fun nonetheless.

-Born a Crime by Trevor Noah - a great autobiography about growing up in apartheid South Africa

-Becoming by Michelle Obama - I'm currently in the middle of this one, but love seeing the personal side of such well-known political figures. So often we forget that those we put in the public eye are real people, too.

Next on my list:

-On the Come Up by Angie Thomas (author of The Hate U Give)

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