Dems donate school supplies


The Dems for Kids program of the Clinton County Democratic Party recently donated school supplies — as they have done each year since 2001 — to each of the public elementary schools in the county. The supplies include crayons, pencils, paper, scissors and more that students need to complete their work. Shown from left are: Don Spurling of Dems for Kids; Denver Place Elementary student Clayton McClanahan; Denver Place Principal Karen Long; and Connie Hardie of Dems for Kids.

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The Dems for Kids program of the Clinton County Democratic Party recently donated school supplies — as they have done each year since 2001 — to each of the public elementary schools in the county. The supplies include crayons, pencils, paper, scissors and more that students need to complete their work. Shown from left are: Don Spurling of Dems for Kids; Denver Place Elementary student Clayton McClanahan; Denver Place Principal Karen Long; and Connie Hardie of Dems for Kids.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_Dems-for-Kids.jpgThe Dems for Kids program of the Clinton County Democratic Party recently donated school supplies — as they have done each year since 2001 — to each of the public elementary schools in the county. The supplies include crayons, pencils, paper, scissors and more that students need to complete their work. Shown from left are: Don Spurling of Dems for Kids; Denver Place Elementary student Clayton McClanahan; Denver Place Principal Karen Long; and Connie Hardie of Dems for Kids. Courtesy photo