The Dusty Elam Foundation donated $5,000 to Coffee County Schools Family Resource Center’s Coffee County Student Expo Program. The expo is held to help students in need by providing them with school supplies, hygiene products, job fairs for their parents and other services.
“We are grateful for community partners like the Dusty Elam Foundation who continue to lookout for those without. We appreciate their continuous commitment to the students and families of Coffee County Schools,” said Taylor Rayfield, Coffee County Schools Family Resource Coordinator.
The Coffee County Student Expo will be held on Saturday, Aug. 5 for all Coffee County Schools students (Pre-K -12) in need. Rayfield said they anticipate to serve 500 students, providing them with a backpack, school supplies, new pair of shoes, hygiene products, haircut, as well as job fair for parents and community resources in conjunction with the Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce. Students must be pre-registered.
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