Robesonian | School reserve distributed Saturday
November 7, 2016 - School Supplies
LUMBERTON — The Robeson Association of Educators will discharge propagandize reserve Saturday to students who competence have mislaid theirs to Hurricane Matthew, only in time for a restart of classes on Monday.
The supplies, that have been donated during a past week, will be distributed from 1 to 5 p.m. or as prolonged as reserve final during a Carolina Civic Center, that is located during 315 N. Chestnut St. Food will also be served.
Items that are approaching to be accessible include: pencils, erasers, binders, folders, crayons, coloring pencils, deodorant, lotions, Kleenex boxes, palm sanitizer and chips (snack distance bags).
“We are anticipating to make this a gratifying event, providing prohibited dogs and party for a students,” pronounced Dee Grissett, boss of a RAE.
The Public Schools of Robeson County has not hold classes given Oct. 7, a day before a whirly hit, causing widespread repairs and flooding, including to some propagandize buildings.