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店や家庭

引越しを予定している方は、新居に持っていく荷物の量が多いと料金が高くなってしまうため、不用品処分をしておく必要があります。

不用品処分の専門業者に依頼すると、引越しの時に出る粗大ごみなどの一般廃棄物を回収してもらうことができます。

引越しを予定している方は、不用品処分の専門業者に電話などで依頼すると、迅速で丁寧な応対で見積もりをしてもらうことができます。

会社などを経営している方は、店舗の移転や閉店などで大量の不用品が出てしまうことがあります。

不用品処分の専門業者に依頼すると、事業ごみなどの産業廃棄物を回収してもらうことができます。

不用品処分の専門業者に依頼すると、一般廃棄物だけでなく、産業廃棄物を回収してもらえるので、安心して依頼できます。

店舗の引越しを予定している方は、大量の産業廃棄物が出てしまいますが、適正な料金になっている信頼できる専門業者を選ぶようにすると、安心することができます。

産業廃棄物の処分で困られている方は、電話やインターネットを利用して依頼することができます。

産業廃棄物をきちんと回収してもらうことが出来るので、見積もりの金額に納得できたらすぐに運搬をしてもらえます。

一般のご家庭の方は、引越しの時に不用品処分しておくようにすると、新居への運搬をスムーズにすることができます。

数多くの専門業者が存在しているので、経験と実績が豊富なスタッフが在籍をしているお店を選ぶようにして下さい。

種類

引越しをしようとすると次々に不用品が出てきます。
不用品処分にはお金がかかります。
そのため引越しの際に出た不用品を処分して産業廃棄物にすると謳いお金を集め、処分することなく不法投棄をする悪徳業者が増加しています。
都会から少し離れた森などにはびっくりするほどのゴミが捨てられていることがあります。
自分で長年使った家電製品などはきちんと処分しましょう。
引越しをすると決まったら。
まずはどれがいらないものか考えます。
不用品処分には何種類か方法がありますが、一番簡単なのが市の産業廃棄物回収をお願いする方法です。
引越しの際に何を捨てて、それがどのくらいの大きさで何個ぐらいかを市の産業廃棄物回収係に連絡します。
すると近所のコンビニやスーパーで専用の印紙を購入して産業廃棄物に貼り付けます。
そしてゴミ出しの場所に置いておくと回収してくれます。
料金も不用品処分業者にお願いするよりは安く済みます。
次に不用品処分業者に売る方法です。
引越しの際に出た産業廃棄物をリサイクルセンターに持っていくと値段をつけてくれます。
値段がつかないものでも、料金を払えば回収して処分してくれます。
リサイクルセンターはそれを修理して安く売ってまた人に使ってもらえるのでエコだと言えます。
不用品処分がめんどうだからと言って、絶対に不法投棄はしないでください。
見つかると罰金が科されますし、なにより環境を大きく悪化させてしまいますのでちゃんと料金を払って処分しましょう。

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Catching up with Cody Stover, Former Britt Intern

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We encourage our former interns to share their discoveries as they venture forward, building interesting lives.

In these brief interviews, they explore how contributing as a Britt Intern has formed them as individuals.

Cody Stover was a Britt Intern during 2012, focusing on video marketing but let’s hear him speak in his own words:

“Two years following my internship, I look back and realize how incredibly valuable my summer on the Britt Hill was for my development. Starting my internship, I was not sure of my own career plans but after working for ten weeks in the Britt non-profit environment, I began to find my path.”

“Last winter, I traveled with Enactus, a non-profit organization, to Nicaragua to build houses, set-up a waste management system, and interview candidates for micro-loans. My experience with Britt led to my work with Enactus. I’ve discovered that I’d prefer working for a non-profit with humanistic goals and not just an interest in profit.”

“While at Britt, I produced the 50th Season Story Series, an interview series focused on telling the stories of long-time Britt patrons and musicians. This experience sparked my interest in journalistic documentary-style videography, and so this past summer I traveled to Alba, Italy where I lived with a host family and filmed a video documentary commemorating the cities’ 50-year sister city relationship. I was able to interview and network with people involved in the history of the sister city program, while gaining valuable global perspectives. I also became interested in the wine industry while in Italy.”

“Even though my internship was 2 years ago, Britt staff assisted me in securing a wine marketing internship with Kriselle Cellars. Britt Festivals does not simply make short-term investments but establishes long-term partnerships with their interns, helping them transition successfully from college to career. Britt Festivals has changed my life and better prepared me for my future, and hey….. working to the music of a starlit symphony on the Britt hill on a Southern Oregon summer night? That ain’t so bad either. “

Jacksonville Elementary performs The Jungle Book

On June 5, Jacksonville Elementary students presented their annual school musical on the Britt hill. This year’s production was Disney’s The Jungle Book Kids. The whole school is involved in the production, from performing to costumes to set design to running the box office. The students gave a matinee performance for students all over the valley, and an evening performance that was open to the public.

Take a look at these great performers, with their creative costumes and set design!

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2014 Fine Arts Poster Reception

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The new Britt Festivals’ Poster for the 2014 Season was unveiled on Monday, June 2 at a reception on the hill. Jerry Simon, the artist, described his inspiration for the design to an attentive audience. 

Simon explained: “It is a Festival of so many interesting kinds of music and is depicted through the musicians in the center of the poster and the musical instruments that break out at the edges. The color is rich and vibrant and the players are passionate about the performance. In the central focus is the banjo, an instrument strongly associated with America’s past through folklore and the rural working class. But everyone, in each style, in their own way, is making beautiful music.”

The poster is now on sale at the Britt offices in Medford: $35 for a signed poster and $20 for an unsigned version.

Donna-Giving-Awards-Out.jpgJacksonville Elementary students also designed posters promoting their production of Disney’s Jungle Book Kids, which performs at the Britt Pavilion on Thursday, June 5 at 7:30 p.m.  Donna Briggs, Britt’s President and CEO, distributed awards for the best posters. 

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Then students acted out scenes from the upcoming musical to a delighted audience.  Wendy Stanek directs the play, and her students sang “Bare Necessities,” and “I Want to Be Like You.”  Tickets are still available at the door only at $3 per person or $8 per family.  

Ray Robison Recalls a Memorable Night at Britt

robison3.jpgRecently, we asked our Facebook friends to remember a special night at Britt, that might have included, for example, falling in love, dancing on stage, connecting with old friends, or something else.  We were moved in particular by Ray Robison’s answer and thought we’d post it here to honor his contribution.  What follows is in Ray’s own words and images.

“Proudly framed and hanging on our wall for 13 years are our ticket stubs from the Kenny Loggins concert, a photo of us taken beforehand and an autographed guitar pick. It was a fabulous concert! Kenny and his band were incredible! We were right up front standing less than 10 feet from Kenny. At the end of the final song he flicks his pick out into the crowd. My wife and I both see it fly and land close to us. Apparently no one else saw it. My wife slowly bends down and grabs it as the audience continues to applaud begging for more. After the concert we go to the backstage entrance. Kenny comes out and holding my wife’s hand as she holds the pick he autographs it. So gracious. A special night indeed.”

Catching Up with Teena Estep, Britt Volunteer

This is my second year volunteering at Britt and I love it. Interacting with people from our community is a highlight to my summer.  I enjoy assisting as a ticket taker, merchandiser, hill usher, and cushion renter.

My focus in life is helping other people.  I work  with wonderful individuals, some of whom are disabled or deaf.  Sign language is an amazing language and I find Deaf Culture fascinating. 

I love that Britt offers such an array of artists.  My favorite is country, but experiencing Britt has opened me up to all kinds of music.

Volunteers really complement patrons’ Britt experience. While we help others follow safety and other guidelines, we also enhance the evening with kindness, smiles, and servants’ hearts.

Being a volunteer is a privilege. We can effect the mood of the performance by smiling and assisting in kind courteous ways. We are there to prevent problems and our attitudes can change a bad situation to no problem at all. Our job is to help everyone enjoy Britt to the fullest.

 

I AM a Sensitive Artist

There is nothing as fun as making fun of artists. :)  But it’s like a brother – sister thing – it’s ONLY OK if you’re also an artist.  Or artsy enough to be deeply moved by art.


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Gabriella Mingoia, Former Britt Intern

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Catching up with Gabriella Mingoia

We like to check in with our former interns to discover what new adventures they’re having and how being a Britt Intern contributed to their career goals. Gabriella was a Development Intern during 2013.

Education Fellow at Berkeley Repertory Theatre

Since graduating from Southern Oregon University in 2013, I have been working as an Education Fellow at the award-winning Berkeley Repertory Theatre. The fellowship is an 11-month program consisting of 16 professionals working in either the production or artistic side of the theatre. My fellowship at Berkeley Rep has been extremely valuable and I can’t begin to describe how much I’ve learned in the past 6 months. I work on behalf of the School of Theatre’s Teen Council program, an umbrella program for a variety of events/classes for Bay Area High School students. I function as an administrator, a marketing associate, a producer, and an educator. The most exciting aspect of my job is that I make sure that San Francisco Bay Area teens have access to theatre. I’ve learned directly from mentoring a teen, how important it is for the arts and the community to intersect. Working with teenagers has taught me how impactful community engagement really is.

My Future Goals

After my fellowship, I hope to continue to work in the Bay Area. I’m interested in producing community engagement projects that bring together a myriad of arts organizations and the communities they serve. In the future, I hope to get my MFA in Theatre Criticism. But honestly, my plans seems to change every day!  

How the Britt Internship Help Me Grow

I don’t think that I would be a fellow at Berkeley Rep if I hadn’t done my Britt Festivals internship. My mentors at Britt believed in my career goals and pushed me to pursue them. The skills I learned at the Britt were really applicable to my fellowship at Berkeley Rep. I still apply what I’ve learned to the daily tasks of the fellowship. It really prepared me administratively.