Stuff The Bus at Brickyard Day

It is likely we all know or know of a family struggling to make ends meet. Stuff the Bus campaigns are community wide efforts to get school supplies into the hands of those in need.

The drive will take place during the Brickyard Day celebration in Clayton, WA, on Saturday, August 3rd, from 10am to 3pm. Watch for the big yellow bus at the end of the parade, follow it to the old Clayton School where all manner of fun festivities will take place, then stuff it full of new school supplies in support of local families in need!

Please bring new school supplies to help “stuff the bus” for school children of all ages! Backpacks, pencils, pens, markers, erasers, folders, paper, binders, glue… the list of supplies our kids need to succeed is long!

For more information please contact: Loretta Huss at [email protected], or give her a call at 509-290-2394.

The full Brickyard Day info and schedule: dpgazette.com/brickyard-day-schedule

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