Bottle refund contest to help the homeless

To the Editor,Students at Clinton Elementary are helping the 671 homeless students of Lenawee County and would love your help. The Elementary recently raised $400 selling bracelets during their 3rd annual Pajama Rama Day. Now, Busch’s grocery store is sponsoring a contest and collecting bottle refund slips for different organizations. Between November 12 and November 21 if you would like to support Clinton Elementary School’s efforts to raise money for the 671 homeless children in Lenawee County, simply write Clinton Elementary on your bottle refund slip and drop the slip into the locked box next to the bottle return machines.Totals will be tallied and 10 cash prizes are being offered. The first place prize is $2,000 to add to the bottle refund collected between November 12 and November 21. If you are able, take your bottles and cans to a nearby Busch’s Fresh Mart and help Clinton Elementary help the 671 homeless children and their families of this community. For questions you can contact Vicki Coscarelli or Cindy Swift, Clinton teachers classes are helping sponsor this event for Clinton Elementary School at 456.6504.Vicki CoscarelliTecumseh

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