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The ONE AND ONLY ORIGINAL

RED STICK FREEUSE NETWORK


of GREATER BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA



FreeUse...one simple, brilliant
idea that's changing the world one gift at a
time.
...building a kinder environment.



Welcome to the Red Stick FreeUse Network (RSFN) of Greater Baton Rouge and surrounding parishes.



Whether you're looking to OFFER or SEEK an item, the non-profit, always FREE RSFN is the place to do it--furniture, clothes, appliances, plants, books, a dirt pile, moving boxes, & all things in between.



Our goal is to reduce waste by connecting people who would otherwise throw away unwanted items with others seeking those same items.



No item is too big or too small; but since this is a FREEuse list, ALL items must be 100% free.



TO START:



(1) Join the RSFN group (Get a yahoo ID if you need one; it's free, too!);



(2) Simply check your email or see the Messages here via the Main Page to see what fellow members want to give away or seek; AND



(3) Click on "Post" to OFFER an item or request something you seek.



When you join, a Welcome email containing etiquette, GUIDELINES, etc...these are very important!



CONTACT the group Owners/Moderators at RedStickFreeUse-owner@yahoogroups.com with QUESTIONS.



SUGGESTION TO HELP US GROW: Tell your family, co-workers, classmates; Announce it at meetings; Inform your church; KNOW TEACHERS THAT NEED CLASS SUPPLIES?...brainstorm-help the movement grow!



OFFER what you don't need, SEEK what you do! [GOOD OFFERS = GOOD KARMA]...More info: redstickfree.org

Group Information

  • 4869
  • Recycling
  • May 13, 2004
  • English

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