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This group (in Crownsville, MD) is for Arden (Sunrise Beach) Community residents who are interested in "freecycling" (which is apparently a trademarked term and not a household-known term related to recycling free things onto others in need - Cash Rules Everything)unwanted items rather than sending otherwise good home furnishings and the like to a landfill.

Give and receive while going green.

When posting, please include an intent clarifier in your subject line; ie. OFFER - TAKEN - WANTED and a brief description and location.

Examples:

OFFER - Lab-mix puppy. Male. All shots. Section 4.

TAKEN - Blue Sofa Slip-Cover. Thanks for all the interest!

(TAKEN indicates you no longer have the item(s) available.)

Please, for everyone's safety, no food or drugs, adult content, illegal goods or paraphernalia allowed. Please keep your postings profanity-free. Please post more OFFERs than WANTEDs. Please post your item(s) as TAKEN shortly after they are gone so others know to not send you any more inquiries.

All postings are to be free items only. No bartering or sales. No advertising. No politics. NO SPAM. No offers of services or soliciting of any kind (free or not). Refer to the rules of "freecycle" @ freecycle.org and http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/ as these rules shall apply to this group. And I'll have to try to read them again to see if they've changed to include my having to be harassed for using the term "freecycle."

This is a new group (2009) so please be patient as we get things rolling.

Sincerely,

The Arden Recyclers Moderators

Group Information

  • 4
  • Maryland
  • Dec 31, 2009
  • English

Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages are not moderated.
  • All members can post messages.

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