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Teachers receive back to school gifts from Craig service groups

Teachers select items for their classrooms from about $3,000 worth of supplies given to them by Craig Rotary Club and Love INC.
Sasha Nelson |

Back to School

Read more about expanded Head Start, new learner driver program, events in education, good news about a Moffat County graduate and as students prepare to head back to school on Monday.

Two services groups in Craig gave teachers, who are back in school preparing for the first day of class, the gift of school supplies on Wednesday morning.

“We are giving free school supplies for teachers to supplement what items the school does not supply and that they would have had to purchase on their own,” said Craig Rotary Club President Len Browning.

For a seventh consecutive year, local Rotary has joined forces with Love In the Name of Christ in the Yampa Valley — Love INC. — to handout supplies to Moffat County School District educators the week before school starts for students.

This year the groups spent about $3,000 on classroom basics to help reduce the burden placed on teachers.

“More than that, we are saying thank you and welcome back,” Browning said.

Contact Sasha Nelson at 970-875-1794 or snelson@CraigDailyPress.com.

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