Businesses chip in propagandize reserve for kids in need – Walla Walla Union
October 24, 2014 - School Supplies
Two area businesses teamed to present propagandize reserve to students in need in a College Place School District 250, according to a release.
The brainchild of Danny Johnson, ubiquitous manager of Swire Coca-Cola, and Tony Betzold, manager of College Place Walmart, a companies gave some-more than $2,000 value of reserve that packaged a behind of Danny’s truck.
The materials, mostly notebooks, paper and pencils, will be used opposite a district.
Earlier that day Cathy Mebes, College Place High School secretary, and Danny picked out wardrobe equipment during a store to yield to high propagandize kids as a need arises. Tim Payne, superintendent, and Kirk Jameson, principal of CPHS, supposed a contributions.
“We were so anxious about this concession and a munificence of these dual village members,” Tim said.
“People forget that kids only wish to come to propagandize and learn, and when they don’t have a simple materials to do so it can impede their ability to focus, as good as make them feel opposite or less-than their peers.”
Swire Coca-Cola and a internal group support girl and educational opportunities in a Valley, pronounced Danny.