Members of the Topeka Postal Consumer Advisory Council are shown with some of the supplies they collected for their “Back To School” community project in July and August.
The council wanted to help students have all the tools needed for a good start in school, and they asked the community to help donate to the endeavor.
Supplies were divided and sent to 6 local elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 3 high schools and the local rescue mission.
What a great idea! I once said, "Genius without education is like silver in the mine." And I'm always in favor of working to better the community. Maybe we should call them Benny Back to School Drives? How about you? Have you done something to help out kids in your community?