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Basecamp’s 2012 School Supplies Drive helps hundreds

2012 School Supply Drive

Doug Pons of the Knights Inn displays the highly successful collection of goods for Williamsburg area schools.

School Supplies Drive a home run — again

School children throughout Williamsburg, James City County, and York County are already using supplies made possible by Williamsburg’s 2012 School Supplies Drive nickednamed “Fill the Room.”

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2012 Williamsburg School Supplies Drive

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The sixteen Crayola “Metallic FX” special effect crayons (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Autumn 2012 is a challenge for thousands of area families, as rising gas and food prices leave little for children’s school supplies. Several area businesses want to ensure that local public school students and kindergartners have the materials they need to do their best.

These two businesses have partnered to run the Williamsburg School Supplies Drive.

“Success in school is often linked to success as an adult, and having the right tools is vital to success,” says Knights Inn owner and Williamsburg City Councilman Doug Pons. “We want to make sure the first day of school is exciting for every local child.” (more…)

2011 WJCC/York School Supply Drive launched

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September 2011 will be a challenge for thousands of area families, as rising gas and food prices leave little for children’s school supplies. Several area businesses want to ensure that local public school students and kindergartners have the materials they need to do their best.

“Success in school is often linked to success as an adult, and having the right tools is vital to success,” says Knights Inn owner and Williamsburg City Councilman Doug Pons. “We want to make sure the first day of school is exciting for every local child.”

This year’s school supply drive is nicknamed “Fill the Room,” because the Knights Inn Williamsburg Busch Gardens Area (620 York Street) has emptied a guest room to fill with school supplies. Cosponsors of the drive are Basecamp Productions and Helen’s Place Photography. (more…)

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