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Organizations donate paper to Teachers Warehouse
Updated On: Aug 20, 2014

Organizations donate paper to Teacher Warehouse

Organizations donate paper to Teacher Warehouse

Pictured right: Gary Orr-Construction Manager & Gavin Parchman, Business Development Manager ServPro of Montgomery County Rebecca Dyer-CMCSS Foundation and Community Relations Assistant Left: David Kirkland, President -Clarksville Firefighters Asso. Local 3180 & Candy Johnson, CMCSS Foundation and Community Relations Director /Contributed

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CLARKSVILLE, The Clarksville Firefighters Association Local 3180 & Servpro of Montgomery County made a donation to the Teacher Warehouse Tuesday, Aug. 20.

The organizations heard about the ongoing need for supplies and donated a gift of 400 packs of copy paper valued around $1,000.

Teacher Warehouse representative, Rebecca Dyer said paper is one of the items, along with Kleenex, hand sanitizer, and disinfecting wipes that goes fast and for higher points. “Since the end of July we have had nearly 425 CMCSS teachers utilize our store for much needed items and learning aides for their classrooms,” she said. “We’ve never had this much copy paper donated before, but we should have enough to possibly last us through October.”

Education Foundation Director Candy Johnson said it is always nice to see organizations that are strategic with their giving and intentional about meeting the needs of our students and teachers. “We are very grateful for all of the businesses that keep the Teacher Warehouse running because our success is dependent upon the involvement of the community. We welcome visitors to the store to learn about what we do and how they can be apart,” Johnson said.

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