Women of Vision North Country distributes propagandize reserve to 400 Gouverneur Central students
October 19, 2016 - School Supplies
Kindergarten East Side Elementary students in Gouverneur with, from left, Edward Prevost, Christine Palumbo, Jack Palumbo, Sarah Compo and East Side Elementary teacher and Women of Vision North Country member Jennifer Ashcraft.
GOUVERNEUR — A village use organisation called Women of Vision North Country distributed propagandize reserve to scarcely 400 children recently in a Gouverneur Central School District.
“By providing children with simple supplies—everything from pencils and markers to glue sticks and crayons—we are radically giving them a collection they need to grow to their fullest intensity in a classroom and during home,” pronounced Women of Vision North Country initial member Christine Palumbo. “Not usually did this plan yield students with supplies, it also helped a overworked teachers, who mostly times drop into their possess pockets to yield things for their classrooms.”
School reserve distributed Friday were supposing by a partnership between World Vision International and a supply association Yoobi. For each Yoobi object purchased during stores like Target, a association donates an object to a classroom in need.
Based in Watertown, Women of Vision North Country was determined progressing this year by Christine Palumbo, who recently changed to a segment from Connecticut, along with several other internal women. In Connecticut, Palumbo was a initial member of Women of Vision Fairfield County.
“Friday’s propagandize supply placement during Gouverneur is only a initial step toward a idea of assisting those in need opposite a North Country,” pronounced Sarah Compo, another initial member of Women of Vision North Country. “We are truly vehement to strike a belligerent using and start work on other projects that will assistance to make a segment a improved place.”
Those meddlesome in fasten a efforts of Women of Vision North Country can hit a organisation during [email protected] or by visiting a group’s Facebook page, “Women of Vision North Country.”