Salem Public Schools accepts propagandize reserve donation
October 12, 2017 - School Supplies
Salem Superintendent Margarita Ruiz and Mayor Kimberley Driscoll recently supposed a concession of propagandize reserve from a Stanetsky-Hymanson Funeral Home to support children in need.
“We are beholden for a munificence of Edward Hymanson and Carl Goldman of Stanentsky-Hymanson and all of a people who easily gave to support a students,” Ruiz said.
Goldman indicated that a wake home has been partial of a Salem village for some-more than 100 years, and a whole staff wanted to find a suggestive approach to support a community.
“This concession seemed like a elementary thing that we can do as a business and county leaders to support Salem’s propagandize village and a children in a city,” Goldman said.
The propagandize reserve will be distributed by a district Homeless Liaison bureau located in a Parent Information Center, 29 Highland Ave., Salem.