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Coupeville residents raise money for school

November 22, 2012 · Updated 9:18 AM
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Mary Michell, left, accepts a check for $270 for the Readiness to Learn Foundation from Margaret Bogardus and Nancy Galamb of CamBey Apartments in Coupeville. The two women spearheaded an effort to raise money for this organization in their apartment complex because of concerns about the shortage of supplies available to low-income students at Coupeville Elementary School. The organization helps provide children from low-income families with school supplies at the start of each school year. / Elisabeth Murray photo

Mary Michell, left, accepts a check for $270 for the Readiness to Learn Foundation from Margaret Bogardus and Nancy Galamb of CamBey Apartments in Coupeville.

The two women spearheaded an effort to raise money for this organization in their apartment complex because of concerns about the shortage of supplies available to low-income students at Coupeville Elementary School. The organization helps provide children from low-income families with school supplies at the start of each school year.

 

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