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Staples donates to CARE program

This school year is over, but the staff at the Staples in Fayetteville is already looking ahead to the next one.

During the last week of school, the store donated a number of supplies to the school system’s CARE (Children at Risk in Education) program. Among them were calculators, dry erase boards, bike locks, and magnetic bulletin boards. CARE will distribute the supplies next year to schools and students that have been identified as being able to benefit from them.

“We are very appreciative of the numerous items Staples so generously donated. Our schools and students will put them to good use,” says CARE Coordinator Karen Spangler.


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