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Stuff the Bus planned Friday at Cheraw Walmart

First Posted: 3:06 am - August 4th, 2015

Contributed photo United Way of Chesterfield County board member Kenny Collins, right, and Walmart assistant manager Mark Edney discuss plans for the annual Stuff the Bus event planned from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7 at Walmart of Cheraw. Stuff the Bus is a school-supply drive for needy students in advance of the first day of school later this month. Customers may purchase items in the stores and place in bins designated for them or give monetary donations. “Walmart is a good neighbor and is dedicated to helping in community projects,” said Catherine Thompson, resource developer for the United Way of Chesterfield County. “They are especially diligent in helping with the area schools.”
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United Way of Chesterfield County board member Kenny Collins, right, and Walmart assistant manager Mark Edney discuss plans for the annual Stuff the Bus event planned from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7 at Walmart of Cheraw. Stuff the Bus is a school-supply drive for needy students in advance of the first day of school later this month. Customers may purchase items in the stores and place in bins designated for them or give monetary donations. “Walmart is a good neighbor and is dedicated to helping in community projects,” said Catherine Thompson, resource developer for the United Way of Chesterfield County. “They are especially diligent in helping with the area schools.”

Contributed photo United Way of Chesterfield County board member Kenny Collins, right, and Walmart assistant manager Mark Edney discuss plans for the annual Stuff the Bus event planned from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7 at Walmart of Cheraw. Stuff the Bus is a school-supply drive for needy students in advance of the first day of school later this month. Customers may purchase items in the stores and place in bins designated for them or give monetary donations. “Walmart is a good neighbor and is dedicated to helping in community projects,” said Catherine Thompson, resource developer for the United Way of Chesterfield County. “They are especially diligent in helping with the area schools.”
http://thecherawchronicle.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Kenny-and-Mark-UW.jpgContributed photo United Way of Chesterfield County board member Kenny Collins, right, and Walmart assistant manager Mark Edney discuss plans for the annual Stuff the Bus event planned from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7 at Walmart of Cheraw. Stuff the Bus is a school-supply drive for needy students in advance of the first day of school later this month. Customers may purchase items in the stores and place in bins designated for them or give monetary donations. “Walmart is a good neighbor and is dedicated to helping in community projects,” said Catherine Thompson, resource developer for the United Way of Chesterfield County. “They are especially diligent in helping with the area schools.”
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