Shred docs to benefit SK Helpline

Event at Kitsap Bank will take place Saturday

PORT ORCHARD — South Kitsap Helpline is co-hosting a shredding event on Saturday for residents wanting to safely shred and dispose outdated or sensitive documents.

The event is co-sponsored by Kitsap Bank, which will host the event at its Bethel and Lund branch, 3324 Bethel Road SE in Port Orchard. Residents who use the service can bring monetary donations to the site. All funds raised will go to support South Kitsap Helpline.

Participants are asked to limit documents to a maximum of 75 pounds per vehicle.

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