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Southern Door: Help for students in need

Caring Closet aims to be a 'ready resource'

6:40 AM, Jul. 10, 2013
From left, Robyn Paye, Vicki Hollenbeck, Kim Vogel, Natasha Phillips, and Kay Jeanquart sort donations for the Caring Closet at Southern Door Schools.
From left, Robyn Paye, Vicki Hollenbeck, Kim Vogel, Natasha Phillips, and Kay Jeanquart sort donations for the Caring Closet at Southern Door Schools.
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It may be summer break from school but a group of staff and community members have the future needs of students at Southern Door Schools on their minds. Whether it is a box of crayons, a pair of sneakers, or an additional set of clothes, having basic supplies can help make students more comfortable and ready to learn.

And that is just what the new Caring Closet - a discreet resource to provide students of all ages with the supplies, personal care, and clothing that they may need - is intended to do.

"From time to time families may find themselves in a situation where additional support is needed to help ...

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