2017 SAVE Annual Dinner Meeting

Please plan to join us at the Saugus Action Volunteers Annual Meeting and Dinner on June 21, 2017 at the Saugus Italian American Club, 1 Beechview Avenue, Saugus.

The public is cordially invited and we hope you can join us for the Italian Buffett (catered by Spinelli’s) consisting of salad, several assorted pasta/meat dishes and dessert, coffee and tea.  The cost is $19.50 per person.  A cash bar will be available.

Please send check to SAVE Treasurer Carol Chelf 99 Edgelawn Ave, Unit #1, North Andover, MA. 01845.

For further information, contact SAVE President, Ann Devlin at 781-233-5717 or Treasurer Carol Chelf at 978-208-8321.

Click here for mail in ticket form

It’s New to You – SWAP

Saugus Action Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE) will hold another “It’s New To You” SWAP on Saturday, September 24, 2016, from 10 am to 1 pm at Breakheart Reservation.

SAVE, the Friends of Breakheart, and DCR have joined together once again to help keep still-usable items out of the waste stream.  This free, no-money event will be held in conjunction with BREAKHEART’S FALL FESTIVAL and is open to one and all.    Feel free to bring usable items in good condition to the swap, or simply come by and browse – you may find something you can use.

Again, this is a FREE event, no money, just a simple swap.  You can bring items or take items, you do not have to do both.  Bring usable items in good condition to the SWAP, typically those things you no longer want but that are too good to throw away, and perhaps find a treasure or two to take home with you.  (Please, we ask that you do not bring items that require special disposal.)

Residents are also encouraged to bring your worn-out sneakers or athletic shoes (any brand) for drop-off in our recycling bin for the Nike Reuse-a-Shoe program.  The donated shoes will be ground up and purified to become a material called Nike Grind.  The material will eventually become part of sports surfacing products ranging from basketball and tennis courts to fitness flooring and safety playground surfacing.  This is an easy way for each of us to continue our recycling efforts and further reduce our carbon footprint. 

For more information about the SWAP, please contact Ann at adevlin@aisle10.net.  You can also visit our websites at www.saugussave.com or on our Facebook page.

Mark your calendar.  CELEBRATE FALL FESTIVAL AND HELP SAVE THE PLANET BY CONTINUING TO RECYCLE.   Stop by at the Breakheart Christopher P. Dunne Visitors Center, 177 Forest Street, Saugus, on September 24th.  And remember, as we move toward  ZERO  WASTE: REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE!

SAVE Membership Application Form


To Join:

Please complete the form above and mail to:

Treasurer Carol A. Chelf, 99 Edgelawn Ave. Unit 1 North

Andover, MA 01845.

with your check made payable to: SAVE, Saugus

Dues are $10.00 for first adult family member, $5.00 each for

additional adult family members, and $1.00 each for students.

If you have any questions, please contact Ann Devlin at adevlin@aisle10.net


Why Join?

To be part of a long-established community group working to improve

Saugus. “Think globally, act locally” the current mantra for global

warming solutions, describes well our past and continuing actions.

SAVE members have, among other projects, helped establish

curbside recycling in Saugus, conserved historic and environmentally

sensitive land on Vinegar Hill, and established a scholarship for

local students entering a field of study that benefits the environment

and preserves the philosophy of SAVE.

As a member you will meet others with similar goals. Do as much as

you like, or just support our activities with your name and dues.

SAVE is committed to encouraging and supporting local, state and

national legislation that promotes, establishes, and expands programs

for solid waste management based on “reduce, reuse, and recycle”,

so that each day we get closer to the goal of ‘zero waste’.

SAVE supports:

– the preservation and protection of all natural resources, particularly

our wetlands.

– national/state/local legislation to reduce or eliminate pollution

– the careful, long-range planning of remaining open space in town.

– laws to protect and preserve all sites of historic interest to Saugus.