OAK LAWN, IL – State Representative Kelly Burke (36th District), is inviting constituents to take advantage of free and secure document disposal at her community shred day on Sept. 24.
“Identity theft will always be a serious concern, especially with identity thieves trying to find new ways to scam consumers. As many families and small business face the challenges of an uneasy economy, shredding is an expense that is easily put off,” Burke said in a news release. “This free shred day will help families and local employers save some money and keep personally identifying information from falling into the wrong hands.”
Burke’s shred day will be held Saturday, Sept. 24 from 9 a.m. until noon in the parking lot of Evergreen Park High School, 9901 S. Kedzie. Residents of the 36th District are invited to bring old tax returns, pay stubs, bills, receipts and credit card applications for safe destruction. Documents will be shredded on site.
For more information about this event, please call Burke’s constituent service office at 708-425-0571. Don’t forget to remove staples and paper clips from your document.
Burke represents the 36th District, which includes Evergreen Park and parts of Oak Lawn, Chicago Ridge, Palos Hills, Palos Park, Worth, and portions of Chicago’s 18th and 19th wards.
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