Rows of boxed new backpacks dwindle down as volunteers give them away to around 3,000 children during the Little Red Schoolhouse Project's free school supply distribution. Little Red Schoolhouse Radio Day dundraiser to send students “back to school with pride” is Aug. 11. Collecting school supplies, backpacks, new or clean, gently used coats, new socks and underwear, or money to purchase supplies. Come to Mixx 96.1 at the corner of State Avenue and Washington Street, Olympia, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Donations may also be mailed to Little Red Schoolhouse at PO Box 6302, Olympia, WA 98507. Information: www.redschool.org for more information.
Rows of boxed new backpacks dwindle down as volunteers give them away to around 3,000 children during the Little Red Schoolhouse Project's free school supply distribution. Little Red Schoolhouse Radio Day dundraiser to send students “back to school with pride” is Aug. 11. Collecting school supplies, backpacks, new or clean, gently used coats, new socks and underwear, or money to purchase supplies. Come to Mixx 96.1 at the corner of State Avenue and Washington Street, Olympia, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Donations may also be mailed to Little Red Schoolhouse at PO Box 6302, Olympia, WA 98507. Information: www.redschool.org for more information. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com file
Rows of boxed new backpacks dwindle down as volunteers give them away to around 3,000 children during the Little Red Schoolhouse Project's free school supply distribution. Little Red Schoolhouse Radio Day dundraiser to send students “back to school with pride” is Aug. 11. Collecting school supplies, backpacks, new or clean, gently used coats, new socks and underwear, or money to purchase supplies. Come to Mixx 96.1 at the corner of State Avenue and Washington Street, Olympia, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Donations may also be mailed to Little Red Schoolhouse at PO Box 6302, Olympia, WA 98507. Information: www.redschool.org for more information. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com file

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