Volunteers at Robinwood Station repaired lamps, a pottery wheel, a blender, a paper shredder, a leaf blower, a record player, a desk drawer, scooters, a bicycle, jewelry, clothing and more. They sharpened 37 knives and tools! 78 items fixed out of 98 brought in
And on the west side, we had an event at the Cedar Mill and Sherwood libraries where our volunteers got to take a look at 76 items and fix over 50% of them. Most popular? Lamps, vacuums, toasters and various electronic items and computers. We also saw a leaf blower, some jewelry, bikes and other kitchen appliances – even a drone! Check out all the fun in the photos below.
Thank you to all the volunteers for your dedication, to Clackamas County, Friends of Robinwood Station, Master Recyclers, & City of West Linn for your support and Market of Choice for providing refreshments, and to the Sherwood and Cedar Mill libraries for providing your support, a great place to do this work and also snacks to keep us fueled for repair.