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JA’s Back to School Shopping Project underway

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The Junior Auxiliary of Nashville’s free Back to School Shopping Project is now underway.

The group is currently collecting clothings and shoe donations for K-12 students in the community. All sizes welcome.

Donations will be accepted from June 12-July 21 at the following drop off locations: 

•Nashville Family Pharmacy •Rehab Specialists 

•Unique Body Salon •Elite Home Health

•Stavely and Associates •Ruth Steely Insurance 

•Diamond Bank

Donations will be collected and a Back to School Shopping Day will be hosted by Junior Auxiliary on Saturday, July 29 from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and Sunday, July 30 from 1:30- 5:30 pm at the Howard County Fairgrounds.  

This shopping event will be free for all K-12 students to come by and grab some new clothes for the 2023-2024 school year. Parents also in need of new work clothes are welcome to shop with their children, as well. (There will be a “fill a bag” limit per person to ensure that there will be plenty items available for all shoppers.) 

Any additional items will be either donated to the Scrapper Clothes Closet or held onto by JA for fire victims.

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