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Stuff The Bus School Supply Drive
07/25/2014

Liberal’s “Stuff the Bus” school supply drive is now taking supply donations at several locations throughout town to benefit children in our community. Items needed most include:

 

                   Scissors - blunt tip

                   Scissors - pointed tip

                   Erasers

                   Glue Sticks

                   Mechanical Pencils

                   Black Ink Pens

                   Red Ink Pens

                   Dry-Erase Markers (4 count)

                   Pocket Folders with brads

                   Pocket Folders without brads

                   Washable Markers

                   12-inch Rulers

                   Spiral Notebooks

                   Notebook Paper

                   Highlighters

                   Colored Pencils set

                   Index Cards

                   Post-It Notes

                   3-Ring Binders (assorted sizes)

                   Calculators

                   Deodorant

                   Shampoo

                   Conditioner

                   Toothpaste

 

Donations can be taken to the following businesses now through the beginning of the school year: Best Market, Wal-Mart, Dillon’s, Walgreens, Southern Office Supply, Spencer Browne’s Coffee House, and Jury, Farrar and Associates.

 

The “Stuff the Bus” donation drive has been organized by volunteers from the Seward County United Way, Kansas Children’s Service League, Bright Futures Liberal, Liberal Area Coalition for Families, Southwest Medical Center, USD 480, Liberal Young Professionals, Southern Office Supply, Seward County WIC office, and Jury, Farrar and Associates.

 

Every item benefits children in our community and every item counts!

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