Marion PD, alderman present propagandize supplies

September 6, 2014 - School Supplies

school reserve donated

school reserve donated

From left, Malcolm Cornish, Joe Burns, Marion Alderman

Barbara Anthony, Marion Police Chief Randall Davis and

Northeast Elementary School Principal Tammy Crowe arrange by propagandize reserve donated to a propagandize Friday morning.



Posted: Saturday, Sep 6, 2014 5:00 am

Marion PD, alderman present propagandize supplies

By Michael Stewart
editor@themeridianstar.com

MeridianStar.com

    Marion Police Chief Randall Davis, Town of Marion Alderman Barbara Anthony and NAS Meridian employees Joe Burns and Malcolm Cornish delivered boxes of turn notebooks, looseleaf paper, book bags and some-more than 1,800 pencils to Northeast Lauderdale Elementary School Friday morning.

    The propagandize reserve will be distributed to needy children during a school.

    “We found out that some of a kids were removing off a train with no reserve and we wanted to do something to help,” Davis said.

    Davis and Anthony sought assistance from a community, that pitched in with money donations and propagandize supplies.

    “We had businesses, citizens, friends and officers from a military dialect assistance out,” Davis said.

    Anthony, who is a secretary during Northeast Lauderdale Elementary School, also drives a propagandize bus.

    “I see a lot of kids that get on a train who don’t have book bags,” Anthony said. “They don’t get on a train with anything. That kind of worried me since their relatives couldn’t means propagandize supplies.”

    Davis and Anthony put their heads together to see what they could do to assistance out.

    Friday, Burns and Cornish, who work with Davis during his second pursuit during NAS Meridian, helped broach a supplies.

    Northeast Elementary School Principal Tammy Crowe pronounced a concession is appreciated.

    “This is really, unequivocally going to assistance a needy families,” Crowe said.

    This isn’t a initial concession of propagandize reserve done by a Marion Police Department, and Davis pronounced it won’t be a last.

    “We are going to try to pierce on to a center schools next,” Davis said.

    Ensuring that immature children have all a collection they need to attain in propagandize so they start out on a right trail is important, Davis said.

    “It starts with us,” Davis said. “We have got to assistance a kids.”


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