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ROSE program shows sweet results

9:48 AM, Mar. 15, 2013
Karyl Hamelink, a volunteer for the Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital ROSE program, regularly sorts, files and categorizes the items.
Karyl Hamelink, a volunteer for the Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital ROSE program, regularly sorts, files and categorizes the items.
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Little things can often add up to make quite a difference. At least that's the case with the ROSE program at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital.

ROSE stands for Reuseable Office Supply Exchange. And, since its inception nearly a year ago, reusing office supplies such as three-ring binders, paper clips and staplers, to name a few, has saved the hospital nearly $10,000.

The idea of the program, one of many environmentally friendly efforts ongoing at the hospital, is to promote "freecycling," combining free and recycling. It promotes the exchange of items already in existence to extend their ...

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