Van cram scheduled

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On Saturday, Aug. 2, The Family Success Center, a United Way agency, Comcast Cable, Charter Media, Z 93.1 and WAAX radio will sponsor a Cram the Van event at the East Gadsden and Attalla Wal Mart stores from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. 

The center is taking school supplies to help students in need of supplies for the fall 2014 school year.

Items needed for donation are:

Regular size crayons (16 or 20 count), No. 2 pencils without designs, wide rule loose leaf notebook paper, regular rule notebook paper, paper towels, copy paper, Kleenex, construction paper, Fiscars brand scissors, primary writing paper, 4 oz. washable glue, colored pencils and baby wipes or Wet Ones. 

All donated supplies will  be distributed by the principals at each school in Etowah County to provide children in need with the tools to start school.

Parents who have children in need of assistance with supplies for school can contact their school’s principal. 

Elementary schools recieving supplies are Adams, Attalla, Donahoo, Duck Springs, Floyd, Highland, Ivalee, Striplin, Thompson, Walnut Park and West End.

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