Donate School Supplies To Kids Who Need It

Dated: August 3 2016

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Image titleWell, it's almost "back to school" time and the Nyack Library and Christine Cordey Salon in Nyack are collecting donations of school supplies for needy kids.  The Nyack Library is located at 59 South Broadway and Christine Cordey Salon is across the street at 66 South Broadway.

Here is the list of much needed items:

. Glue Sticks                                                                                     

. Crayons

. Washable markers

. No. 2 pencils

. Pencil sharpeners

. Erasers

. Colored pencils

. Plastic folders or binders

. Blunt-tipped scissors

. Assorted construction paper

. Ruled notebooks or pads

. Supply boxes or pencil cases

. Backpacks

I found a lot of these school supplies at the local dollar stores...like Dollar General in Pearl River and Dollar Tree in Valley Cottage

 

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Deborah Ragasto

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