Bartolotta to Host Identity Theft Prevention Event for 46th District Households on Sept. 25

MONONGAHELA – To help residents fight rampant identity theft, Senator Camera Bartolotta (R-46) is hosting a free Identity Theft Prevention Event on Saturday, Sept. 25, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Ringgold High School parking lot, 1 Ram Drive, Monongahela.

It will be a drive-through event for individuals only, not businesses. An industrial shredder truck will be on site, and up to two bags or boxes will be accepted per vehicle. Identity theft information will be provided.

“While recovering from identity theft can be both time-consuming and expensive, dropping off sensitive information for shredding at the Identity Theft Prevention Event I am hosting is quick and free. I encourage all families in the district to safely dispose of their confidential information at my event in September,” Sen. Bartolotta said.

Phonebooks, newspapers and bound books cannot be accepted. Please remove any binder or paper clips.

It is not necessary to register for the event, but residents who have questions are asked to call the district office at 724-225-4380. 

CONTACT:  Katrina Hanna, 717-787-1463