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School supplies sought to Stuff the Bus

Items can be dropped off at more than a dozen Superior locations.

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SUPERIOR — The Head of the Lakes United Way is seeking community help to Stuff the Bus with school supplies for students in the Superior School District.

“Education is one of our three impact focus areas at Head of the Lakes United Way. Stuff the Bus helps students every year in our local communities by providing them with the tools they need to succeed,” said organization President Matt Hunter in a news release.

Donations will be accepted through Aug. 23 at more than a dozen locations in Superior including the following: Barker’s Island Inn, BMO Harris Bank, the city of Superior offices, Collector’s Connection, Douglas County offices, Edward Jones, Superior – Jason Rolfe and Robyn Lings, Fen-Tech, Games Then and Now, Nick Korhonen American Family Insurance, The Pottery Burn, Re/Max Results Superior, Superior Empower Nutrition, Superior Impact Nutrition, Superior School District administrative office and both the Harborview and Oakes Avenue Super One Foods stores.

The most requested school supplies include backpacks, crayons, markers, blunt scissors, glue sticks, glue bottles, plastic folders, watercolor paint sets, No. 2 pencils, black Sharpie markers, highlighters, erasers (cap or large pink), scissors, spiral notebooks, loose-leaf paper, colored pencils, pencil cases, headphones, earbuds, stylus pens and refillable water bottles.

To make a financial contribution towards the Stuff the Bus Donation Drive, donate online at www.hlunitedway.org/donate or mail a check to Head of the Lakes United Way, 424 W Superior St., Suite 402, Duluth MN 55802. Visit www.hlunitedway.org/stuff-the-bus/ for additional information and posters.

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