The Oswego County Infrastructure and Facilities Committee recently presented Quinn Staats with a certificate of recognition. As a sixth-grade student at Central Square Middle School, Staats began a recycling program with a letter to her principal. She went on to create needed recycling boxes for classrooms and oversaw the removal of recyclable paper. She continued her efforts with a letter-writing campaign to all 4,440 students in her school district to share with them the importance of recycling at home as well as at school. Pictured from left is Daniel Chalifoux, District 19; Amy Tresidder, District 16; Linda Lockwood, District 11; Committee Chairman James Oldenburg, District 14; Staats; Rachel Burns, ELA teacher at Central Square Middle School; Laurie Krul, solid waste program assistant of the Oswego County Solid Waste Department; Frank Visser, director of the Oswego County Solid Waste Department; and Milferd Potter, District 2.