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8/9/09

SPCAA gives school supplies to the needy

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The new school year is just around the corner, but not all parents can afford new supplies as their kids head back to class.

With that in mind, the South Plains Community Action Association wants to help, with its first-ever Back Pack Project. SPCAA will provide backpacks filled with all the basic school supplies needed to families who qualify.  

For more information about the project call (806) 894-6104 or (click here).

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