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October 5, 2014 - School Supplies

From Crayons to Caps and Gowns

From Crayons to Caps and Gowns

Members of Mu Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., reunite before a luncheon Saturday. Backpacks were collected by 6 Texas-based chapters of a sorority, including a territory in Killeen for Communities in Schools.

From Crayons to Caps and Gowns

From Crayons to Caps and Gowns

Bins of collected reserve are seen.



Posted: Sunday, Oct 5, 2014 4:30 am

Communities in Schools receives concession of backpacks, propagandize reserve from internal organization

Chris McGuinness | Herald staff writer

Killeen Daily Herald

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A nonprofit classification dedicated to assisting needy Central Texas students perceived a concession of backpacks and propagandize reserve from a internal village use group.

Just over 170 backpacks filled with propagandize reserve were handed over to Communities in Schools of Greater Central Texas on Saturday by members of a Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc. sorority.

The backpacks were collected by 6 Texas-based chapters of a sorority, including a territory in Killeen.

The concession is partial of an commencement by AKA to collect and present 1 million backpacks for village organizations during a subsequent 4 years.

“We chose (Communities in Schools) since of what they mount for,” pronounced TaNeika Driver-Moultrie, boss of a AKA’s Killeen chapter, famous as Mu Theta Omega. “We know that they will do a best with these backpacks, and that they will give them to honourable students in need.”

Communities in Schools of Greater Central Texas serves some-more than 7,000 economically disadvantaged students in 7 area districts, including Killeen, Copperas Cove, Temple, Belton, Salado, Florence and Cameron.

Michael Dewees, a executive executive of a organization, pronounced CIS was gay to accept a donation.

“This is going to put propagandize reserve in a hands of students and families that can’t means them,” he said.

Dewees pronounced many donations of backpacks and propagandize reserve come in during a commencement of a propagandize year, though those reserve eventually get used up.

“That’s because we take donation’s year-round,” he said.

Driver-Moultrie pronounced a sorority will continue to collect donations for CIS as partial of AKA’s ongoing initiative.

Contact Chris McGuinness during chrism@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7568. Follow him on Twitter during ChrismKDH.

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