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School Supply Drive--Kendall County Food Pantry

Kendall County Food Pantry is launching its 2013-2014 School Supply Drive to prepare for supply distribution to the nearly 500 school children eligible for assistance this year. The Pantry needs your help in making the school drive a success.  Please help those who need your help by shopping for and purchasing school supplies for our county school children. In these continuing hard times, our children need your help as much as ever.  Supplies can be dropped off in the lobby anytime at our new location across the street from the old building:  Kendall County Food Pantry, 208 Beaver Street , Yorkville , IL , or at any of the other convenient drop-off spots located around the county.  Cash donations specified "School Supplies" are also greatly appreciated.  Checks should be made to Kendall County Food Pantry, Memo:  "School Supplies."   Distribution this year is on Monday, July 29 from 10:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M--earlier than last year,   We will be doing final sorting the week of July 22-26.
Below is the list of the most common supplies needed:  

Plastic rulers with centimeters and inches
5" sharp scissors
5" blunt scissors
100-count notebook paper--WIDE ruled
Non-perforated 70-count spiral notebooks--WIDE ruled
protractors
compasses
Washable THIN markers
Washable  BROAD classic markers
Black dry erase markers--FAT and THIN
Watercolor sets--washable--Prang, Arista, or Crayola
Colored pencil sets
8-count crayons, regular size, classic colors
24-count crayons
Erasable black or blue ball point pens
Red pens
Black or blue ballpoint pens
Highlighters
Black Sharpie permanent markers
Large pink erasers (Pink Pearl)
Glue sticks
4 oz. school glue
Index cards--lined
Post-it notes (3" x 3")
Pocket folders with prongs--cardboard and plastic
Pocket folders without prongs
Plastic folders with and without prongs
Plastic school boxes--8" x 5"
Pencil pouch
Tabbed dividers
Graph paper
Book covers
Book bags (We never get enough book bags for all of the children!)





 

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