It's the time of year when we dig through the closets, get rid of all the stuff we've gathered since last year, and give the house a good cleaning. Folks in El Paso and Teller Counties will receive a helping hand from the El Paso County Environmental Division this Saturday, May 4th. It's hosting a FREE household waste and recycling disposal event at the Citizens’ Service Center from 9am until 2pm. Bring your large appliances, automotive products, electronics (including televisions), household and garden chemicals, medicines, paper for shredding and much more. You'll find a complete list of what will be accepted at the link provided.
Saturday, May 4th is also Free Comic Book Day. That's when participating comic book shops across the country and the world give away comic books absolutely FREE to anyone who comes into their stores. This is a great opportunity for children to discover the fun of comic books and for adults to reconnect with it. Simply plug in your zip code at the link provided to find a participating store near you.
How about some cheap breakfast? McDonald's is introducing its new Egg White Delight McMuffin for just $1. You will need the printable coupon we've found for you. The offer is good through June 20th at participating locations.
And don't forget, participating Chick-fil-A restaurants are offering
a free breakfast entree for Teachers, School Staff, Nurses, and Health Care Professionals May 6th through May 11th. You will need a work ID to claim this deal. Again, call before going to make sure your location is taking part.
Please remember, all offers are subject to availability and product providers may end these offers at any time.
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