Donations made for Wilmington City Schools students


Wilmington City Schools received a donation of backpacks filled with school supplies from Wilmington Auto Center. The donations will go a long way toward helping kids in this community have a successful year of school. During the Wilmington Auto Center donation are, from left, Rachel Adkins of WAC and Curt Bone, WCS Director of Operations. WCS expressed their deep appreciation for the donations from both groups.

Wilmington City Schools received a donation of backpacks filled with school supplies from Wilmington Auto Center. The donations will go a long way toward helping kids in this community have a successful year of school. During the Wilmington Auto Center donation are, from left, Rachel Adkins of WAC and Curt Bone, WCS Director of Operations. WCS expressed their deep appreciation for the donations from both groups.


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Wilmington City Schools elementary schools recently received a donation of school supplies from the Clinton County Democratic Party. The “Dems for Kids” program has been providing school supplies for Clinton County schools since 2001. From left are WCS Treasurer Kim DeWeese; Don Spurling; Nikki Quallen, WCS Director of Curriculum and Instruction; Connie Hardie; and Judy Stapler.


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Wilmington City Schools received a donation of backpacks filled with school supplies from Wilmington Auto Center. The donations will go a long way toward helping kids in this community have a successful year of school. During the Wilmington Auto Center donation are, from left, Rachel Adkins of WAC and Curt Bone, WCS Director of Operations. WCS expressed their deep appreciation for the donations from both groups.

Wilmington City Schools elementary schools recently received a donation of school supplies from the Clinton County Democratic Party. The “Dems for Kids” program has been providing school supplies for Clinton County schools since 2001. From left are WCS Treasurer Kim DeWeese; Don Spurling; Nikki Quallen, WCS Director of Curriculum and Instruction; Connie Hardie; and Judy Stapler.

Wilmington City Schools received a donation of backpacks filled with school supplies from Wilmington Auto Center. The donations will go a long way toward helping kids in this community have a successful year of school. During the Wilmington Auto Center donation are, from left, Rachel Adkins of WAC and Curt Bone, WCS Director of Operations. WCS expressed their deep appreciation for the donations from both groups.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/08/web1_WAC-2.jpgWilmington City Schools received a donation of backpacks filled with school supplies from Wilmington Auto Center. The donations will go a long way toward helping kids in this community have a successful year of school. During the Wilmington Auto Center donation are, from left, Rachel Adkins of WAC and Curt Bone, WCS Director of Operations. WCS expressed their deep appreciation for the donations from both groups. Submitted photos

Wilmington City Schools elementary schools recently received a donation of school supplies from the Clinton County Democratic Party. The “Dems for Kids” program has been providing school supplies for Clinton County schools since 2001. From left are WCS Treasurer Kim DeWeese; Don Spurling; Nikki Quallen, WCS Director of Curriculum and Instruction; Connie Hardie; and Judy Stapler.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/08/web1_Democrats-2.jpgWilmington City Schools elementary schools recently received a donation of school supplies from the Clinton County Democratic Party. The “Dems for Kids” program has been providing school supplies for Clinton County schools since 2001. From left are WCS Treasurer Kim DeWeese; Don Spurling; Nikki Quallen, WCS Director of Curriculum and Instruction; Connie Hardie; and Judy Stapler. Submitted photos