Project School Days over for another year
September 28, 2010
Project School Days has finished its work for this school year. We have provided school supplies to teachers in Douglas County’s seven elementary, two middle schools and Whittell High School for their students who need materials to complete their school work. Project School Days, now in its 13th year, helped approximately 87 teachers provide materials to about 509 kids. Teachers may also request additional supplies at any time during the school year. Supplies range from crayons, pens and pencils to notebooks, dictionaries, backpacks and calculators.
This program has been approved by Superintendent of Schools Lisa Noonan.
A generous community makes this project possible by donating money that is used to purchase supplies or by collecting and donating school supplies.
We would like to thank John Campbell, Carson Valley Sertoma, Carson Valley United Methodist Church, Douglas County Republican Women, Douglas Disposal, Sally Jasperson, Jethro’s Oven & Grille, The French Bar, A.M. Horsley, JT Basque Bar & Dining Room, Sheila Kendrick, Minden Fortnightly, Mike & Vivian Murphy, Reliance Parts, Re-Max Realty Affiliates, Steve and Peggy Ristorcelli, David Rogers, Lonnie Selden, Walton and Jill Seskin, John and Sue Smith, Soroptimist International, Stor-All Ranchos, Edward and Betsy Tapper, Walmart and our terrific volunteers for making this a successful year.
Project School Days is a nonprofit organization, federal I. D. No. 88-0393599. Your contributions, which are tax deductible, are welcome all year and are especially needed at this time. Checks may be mailed to Project School Days, P.O. Box 3052, Gardnerville, NV, 89410 For further information please call me at 782-4931. Project School Days – a helping hand for the greatest asset Douglas County has – our children.
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