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McGee Chiropractic collects for Grifton School

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Monday, December 3, 2018

McGee Chiropractic is accepting donations for the families and staff of Grifton School who were greatly affected by the recent hurricanes in Pitt County.

This is a pre-K through eighth grade community school with approximately 450 students. The school’s wish list includes school supplies, uniform sweatshirts, classroom snacks, clothing and classroom prizes/rewards.

A complete list is posted on McGee Chiropractic Facebook page. The office, located at 1330 East Arlington Blvd., Ste. B, Greenville, will continue to collect contributions through  Dec. 12. Call 355-5353 for details.

 

Wish List

Here are some of the items on Grifton School’s wish list:

School Supplies 

Dry Erase Board, Cleaning Sprays 

Clorox Wipes

Hand Sanitizers

Kleenex Tissues 

Expo Dry Erase Markers 

Manila Folders 

Crayola Crayons

Clothing

Socks: Boys and girls, various sizes

Hoodies: Solid colors, small through XL

Coats: Various sizes, small through XL

T-shirts: Boys and girls, solid colors, various sizes

Gloves, Scarfs,Toboggans Any color, size

Classroom Snacks

Fruit Snacks

Individual Bags of Chips

Pop Tarts

Individually Wrapped Candy-NO NUTS

Fruit Loops

Wrapped Rice Crispy Treats

Lollipops

Classroom Prizes/Rewards

Wendy’s Frosty Coupons

Small toys

Small Prizes for Treasure Boxes

Erasers Stickers

Push Pins

Individual Plastic Pencil Boxes Miscellaneous Items

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