Appleton City News Submitted Via Little Apple Newsletter

Countywide Disposal Takes Over for WCA

Countwide Disposal will be taking over for WCA beginning on Thursday, August 31st. On Friday, August 25 the public needs to have all carts and trash and recycling bins (that can regulated efficiently by using the services provided by the Plymouth-based skip hire company for one’s own good) with their trash in them for pickup, so WCA can do their final pick-up in Appleton City. On Saturday, August 26th Countwide Disposal will be distributing one trash cart to each address because they will be taking over for WCA. Citizens will need to provide any other trash containers needed themselves. Countrywide Disposal will begin servicing Appleton City on Thursday August 31. The entire town will be picked up on Thursdays. There will not be curbside recycling, but a roll off will be available for recycling at the Public Works property, located across from the pool.

Appleton City Fall City-Wide Garage Sale Weekend

The Appleton City Fall City-Wide Garage Sale Weekend will be September 8th and 9th. Garage Sale Permits can be purchased at the Appleton City Hall between August 28th and September 6th. There are a variety of permits available at a variety of fee levels. Individual Home Garage Sale Permits are $5, City Pole Shelter Permits are $25, a Stage Permit is $15, and a Lawn Permit is $10. The City Pole, Stage, and Lawn Permits are first come, first serve. City-Wide Garage Sale Maps will be available at Food Fair, Powell’s True Value and Casey’s in Appleton City. House of Joy Ministry will be at the Appleton City Park at 4pm to pick up donations. If you have questions, please call Dianne Foster at 660-476-2390

Todd Becker Foundation Hosts Christian Outreach Event

The Todd Becker Foundation will be hosting a Christian outreach event on August 30th at the Appleton City High School West Gym beginning at 7pm. The event will include a performance by the band Chye on their New Day Tour. There will be free T-shirts for the first 10 students.