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Jackie Gregg (right), Red Kettle chairman for Lacona-Sandy Creek and Salvation Army welfare secretary and Brandie Norton, fifth grade teacher and Stuff-a-Bus coordinator for the Sandy Creek Teachers Association help ensure students have what they need when school starts this fall.
Nearly 100 backpacks donated
Gregg is delivering backpacks to use in the Stuff-a-Bus giveaway this fall.
Each year a portion of the money raised goes to the kettle drive at Christmas to purchase backpacks and school supplies.
This year 98 backpacks were purchased for the district.