Saving pop tabs for good
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Carlyn Goodwine and Kaylynn Mooneyhan are saving pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House.	Courtesy photo
Carlyn Goodwine and Kaylynn Mooneyhan are saving pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. Courtesy photo
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“The Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for families traveling to get treatment for ill or injured children in the intermountain area. 

POP TABS are found on millions of beverage and food cans. It’s these small, all too often overlooked pop tabs that are proving to be a tremendous source of charitable revenue for Ronald McDonald Houses.

With the cooperation of schools, companies, and individuals in the community, the Ronald McDonald House in Salt Lake City has raised thousands of dollars since the program kicked-off in April of 1997.”

How can you help? You can pull your tabs and bring them to a donation drop off in Monticello. Drop offs are located in the office at Monticello High School and Monticello Elementary, as well as at Main Street Drug and Boutique. They are being collected by Carlyn Goodwine and delivered to the Ronald McDonald house by Kaylynn Mooneyhan when she visits for treatments for Leukemia.
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