Get rid of all those sensitive documents you found when you cleaned out your files during the stay-at-home order. Help yourself while helping others at the Social Distancing Shredding Event sponsored by Soroptimist International of Sequim to raise funds for Healthy Families of Clallam County, St. Vincent de Paul and First Step. How it works: Put your documents in your trunk. Take the WEST exit on the traffic circle at River Rd. to stay on Washington St. going WEST. There will be signs and people to direct you. When you get to the front of the line, pop your trunk and we'll move your documents to the shredding truck. Please limit your material to 75 pounds, about four grocery bags full. There is no charge for shredding, but please donate generously. The stay-at-home order has put more pressure on families because of job loss and enforced proximity. Just so you have a basis for comparison, commercial shredding on the Peninsula runs nearly a dollar a pound.