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Backpack and School Supply Drive

Original post made by Atherton Library on Jul 2, 2014

Atherton Library is partnering with Children's Fund of San Mateo County for a backpack and school supply drive for low-income and foster children. Items needed are: New backpacks (black, grey, neutral colors- no red or blue), crayons, markers, rulers, pens, pencil sharpeners, scissors (child and adult size), index cards, glue sticks, composition books, notebooks, highlighters, binder paper, dividers, USB drives. Items should be new and packaged. There is a collection bin in our lobby where items can be dropped off, or check their website at www.roonga.com/childrensfund. Atherton Library is located at 2 Dinkelspiel Station Lane in Atherton. 650-328-2422

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