Good Sports Recycle - Over 3.6 tons! Congratulations to Overton High School
Overton High School is the winner of the first Goods Sports Recycle Challenge! All total, Overton and McGavock High School students and faculty collected over 3.6 tons of recycling during the week of October 20 - 24. QRS Recycling presented an award of $200 to Overton High School and an award of $100 to McGavock High Schooll. Metro Beautification, Metro Public Works, Mayor Karl Dean, the Tennessean, MNPS, and QRS Recycling have teamed up to encourage and support school recycling at sports event with the first Good Sports Recycling Challenge between Overton and McGavock High School. During the week of October 20 - 24, both schools were challenged to collect as much recycling as possible. The winner was announced at halftime of the Overton/McGavock football game on Friday, October 24.

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