Students at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic School in Belmont and at Holy Trinity Catholic School in Comstock Park are in a contest to win a new playground – and your votes can help!
The contest is organized by the companies Terracycle, Meijer and Colgate. Students earn points from your online votes, as well as by bringing used oral care items to school for recycling. Those items are empty toothpaste packaging (including tubes and boxes), toothbrushes and floss containers. The school with the most points will win a playground valued at approximately $55,000. It will be made from recycled oral care products.
More than 50 schools in the Midwest have entered the contest. Assumption and Holy Trinity are the only participating Catholic schools from our diocese.
Anyone can vote in the contest once per day at https://www.terracycle.com/en-US/contests/colgatemeijerplayground2019 through June 30.