Columbia Bank flooded with propagandize supplies
September 6, 2017 - School Supplies
PRIEST RIVER Customers, employees, and propagandize supporters donated scarcely 2,000 back-to-school reserve during Columbia Bank here recently. According to Columbia Bank worker Jaimee Johnson, during a Stuff a Backpack propagandize supply expostulate Columbia Bank collected 687 pencils, 124 glue sticks, 108 two-pocket folders, 107 erasers, 102 pens, 90 notebooks, 67 boxes of crayons, 50 highlighters, 47 pairs of scissors, 45 packs of filler paper, 41 bottles of glue, 38 packs of markers, 36 pencil boxes, 30 backpacks, 28 rulers, 28 boxes of tissues, 28 binders, 27 packs of dividers, 26 Expo markers, 26 packs of colored pencils, 20 packs of graph paper, 20 packs of index cards, 15 ride drives, 14 watercolor paints, 11 book covers, 9 H2O bottles, 8 black Sharpie markers, 8 pencil cases, 6 packs of Ziploc bags, 6 pencil sharpeners, 2 packs of construction paper, 2 rolls of Scotch tape, 2 lunch boxes, 1 locker close and 1 span of gym shoes.
Johnson pronounced reserve were handed out during a propagandize satisfactory Sept. 1 during Priest River Junior High School. We could not have finished this but a inexhaustible support of all that gave, so a large appreciate we to all that helped make a 1st annual Stuff a Backpack expostulate successful, pronounced Columbia Bank manager David Henke.