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You are the secretary of the Environment Club in your school. Your club organized a month-long recycling campaign. Write a report about the campaign.
 
To: The Principal

Recycling Campaign

The Environment Club of Sekolah Menengah Taman Bahagia organized a month-long recycling campaign. The campaign began on 15 March 2014 and ended on 15 April 2014. All the students of the school were encouraged to participate in this campaign. The purpose was to instil environmental awareness among the students through recycling.

Several weeks earlier, members of the club prepared for the month-long campaign. Three sets of clearly-labeled colored recycling bins were placed in different parts of the school compound. The club also got permission to use an empty storeroom for the newspapers collected. They arranged for a lorry to come twice a week to pick up the recyclables. A small group of committee members made a huge banner for the campaign. Others prepared charts which were put up on notice boards around the school to inform students about the campaign.

To kick off the campaign, Aziz Ahmad, president of the Environment Club, gave a speech on Monday, 11 March, during the morning assembly. He encouraged students to participate in the campaign by sorting out their recyclables at home and bring them for recycling. He also highlighted the newspaper collection competition. He said he hoped it would encourage students to bring along as many old newspapers as possible. The class that collected the most newspapers would be awarded a prize.

Needless to say, the response to the campaign was overwhelming. Although the students of Sekolah Menengah Taman Bahagia were the target group for the campaign, parents and teachers also participated actively in the campaign. Throughout the campaign period, they enthusiastically brought along bundles of newspapers, old books and magazines, plastic containers and aluminium cans. Club members busily sorted out all collected material. By the middle of each week the bins for recyclables were overflowing.

The month-long campaign ended with a brief closing ceremony. The champion class for the newspaper collection was Form 2 Daisy. They received a huge hamper during the closing ceremony. The Club advisor, Mr Vincent, thanked the students for their active participation and positive attitude. Most students agreed that the campaign had shown them how to make recycling a way of life. We look forward to another such campaign next year.
 

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kept a hold on   held on to
     
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