EVB Bank and the Salvation Army joined forces at the Gloucester Walmart on Saturday to fill the back of two SUVs with school supplies for local needy school children. Local individuals and churches purchased supplies in Walmart, then donated them as they exited. The effort will help over 60 Gloucester families send their children off to the first day of school with backpacks full of supplies. In addition, the children will receive clothing furnished by Ware Episcopal Church. Participating in the effort were, in foreground from left, organizers Anne Dyal of the Salvation Army and Anita Ottarson of EVB; front row, T.J. Moncrieff, Bonnie Smith, Brittany Ottarson, and Rebecca Foster; back row, Della Garrett, Stephanie McMurtrie, shopper/contributor Barbara Swain, Charlotte Wright, Kathy Sadler, Renee Perkins, Linda Grow and Lisa Jackson. To donate to the Salvation Army, call 642-3960. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
To view this article in its entirety, subscribe here.
Already an online subscriber? Login Here