David Cameron school hosts scrap metal drive

David Cameron elementary school in Colwood wants to turn old washing machines into laptop computers, through a scrap metal drive.

David Cameron elementary school in Colwood wants to turn old washing machines into laptop computers, through a scrap metal drive.

Appliances, fixtures or scrap metal can be dropped off in collection bins at the school on Feb. 15 and 22 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., at 675 Meaford Ave. (dishwashers, refrigerators and propane tanks aren’t accepted).

Households or businesses with donations can also contact the school PAC at fundraising@dpac.ca to arrange pickup, or drop donations off at Schnitzer Steel, 307 David St., in Victoria, under account Davi80.

Money raised from scrap metal donations will go toward buying laptop computers for classrooms.

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