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January 29, 1998 - Image 24

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8B - The Michigan Daily Weekent Magazine - Thursday, January 29, 1998

The Michigan Daily Weekeni1 Mi




Photostory by Margaret Myers

From far left:
* Ann Arbor artist Leif Ritchey finds
ing lamp among the many other trink(
ReUse Center.
0 Ann Arbor resident Don Taylor soi
records to add to his collection. Tayloi
self as a "packrat."
* Ritchey checks out some raw matei
painter is always looking for interestin
which he uses to make furniture.

Founded in 1977, Recycle Ann Arbor is a private, nonprofit orginization dedicated to
providing recycling as well as other community services. With its residential recycling
programs and sale of reusable goods and drop-off stations for recyclable goods, RAA is
a nationally recognized leader in recycling campaigns. RAAs ReUse Center, located on
South Industrial Drive, is just one of RAA's many programs committed to the value of
conserving materials. The ReUse center provides a marketplace for the donation and
purchase of high-quality surplus and reusable building materials, appliances, tools, furni-
ture and other household goods at low prices. Donations of reusable items, including
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