Happening now: ‘Pencil Me in for Kids’ sorting party

August 26, 2010 at 7:06 pm | In Rotary Club of West Seattle, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

Just got that photo from Josh Sutton of the West Seattle Family YMCA (WSB sponsor), e-mailing us on behalf of the Rotary Club of West Seattle, whose members are busy with a big volunteer project right now:

A dozen Rotary Club members are busy sorting over $8,000 worth of school supplies for elementary students in need across West Seattle. Pencil Me in for Kids is a project of the West Seattle Rotary. We raise money throughout the year and work with school staff to be sure that students have the supplies they need to be successful in class. Tonight we sort the supplies by school, and on Friday we’ll deliver them to local schools.

You can find out more about Pencil Me In For Kids by going here; donation information’s here.

2 Comments

  1. Does anyone collect supplies for middle & high schoolers? We have some extras and I only hear about the younger kids. It might just be a matter of taking them to school counselors I guess.

    Comment by GenHillOne — 7:25 pm August 26, 2010 #

  2. GHO – you can drop them off at the HS or MS office & staff will get them to students who need help!

    Comment by Josh — 8:49 pm August 26, 2010 #

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