Cherie Ramirez is the new full-time education coordinator at the Marshall County Solid Waste Management District. Her first day was June 10th.

As education coordinator, Cherie’s job will include providing environmental education for all ages as well as handling social media, writing the District newsletter, and organizing other outreach activities the District provides. She is looking forward to partnering with schools, clubs, festivals, and other groups in the county to share information about reducing, reusing, and recycling.

Cherie is a Plymouth native. She holds an associate’s degree in education from Ancilla College and comes to the Depot with both teaching and administrative experience from Plymouth School Corporation. She is married and the mother of three teenagers. She enjoys spending time outdoors and participating in her kids’ activities, including Marshall County 4-H horsemanship and Plymouth high school football.

To talk with Cherie or find out more about environmental education at the Depot, give her a call at the District office: 574-935-8618.

The Recycle Depot is Marshall County’s headquarters for recycling, household hazardous waste disposal, and environmental education. Items accepted for disposal include batteries, automotive supplies, household cleaners and solvents, televisions and other electronic waste, and paints and stains. Compost bins and supplies, as well as rain barrels and rain barrel kits, are also available for sale.