Penn Valley, CA, Self-Storage Facility Hosts Community Shred Day for Charity

Penn Valley Mini Storage in Penn Valley, Calif., will host its seventh annual Community Shred Day on Oct. 21 to support a local first-aid training program. The self-storage facility at 17714 Penn Valley Drive will welcome individuals, families and business to drop off documents for shredding, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for a donation of $5 per box. The money will benefit the CPR and automatic external defibrillator (AED) training program sponsored by the Penn Valley Area Chamber of Commerce (PVACC). Some will used to purchase portable AED devices for the community, according to the source.

Penn Valley Mini Storage in Penn Valley, Calif., will host its seventh annual Community Shred Day on Oct. 21 to support a local first-aid training program. The self-storage facility at 17714 Penn Valley Drive will welcome individuals, families and business to drop off documents for shredding, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for a donation of $5 per box. The money will benefit the CPR and automatic external defibrillator (AED) training program sponsored by the Penn Valley Area Chamber of Commerce (PVACC). Some will used to purchase portable AED devices for the community, according to the source.

Yuba City, Calif.-based Titan Shred will be on hand with a mobile-shredding truck. PVACC and Tri Counties Bank are event supporters, and refreshments will be provided.

"We are excited to host this shredding event as one way we can help people and businesses avoid identity theft and other types of fraud," said Pam Bivens, the storage-facility manager. "We originally started this shredding event as a service to our customers, but quickly learned that it is a popular service to benefit the entire community."

Penn Valley Mini offers drive-up storage units, moving and packing supplies, U-Haul truck rentals, and vehicle storage.

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