Lowe’s helps Bright Elementary


Lowe’s Home Improvement recently made a donation of supplies to the fourth grade science classes at Bright Elementary School. Supplies donated included items such as sand, rocks, potting soil, batteries and bird seed. These supplies will allow the fourth graders to perform experiments and demonstrations as they study erosion, electricity and ecosystems this year. The donation allows the school to have the necessary materials on hand as they are needed for science activities and is also a great financial help. Pictured, from left, are Sharon Bick, fourth grade teacher at Bright Elementary; and Lowe’s employees Daniel Hess, Doug Klein and Jamie Nichols.


Lowe’s Home Improvement recently made a donation of supplies to the fourth grade science classes at Bright Elementary School. Supplies donated included items such as sand, rocks, potting soil, batteries and bird seed. These supplies will allow the fourth graders to perform experiments and demonstrations as they study erosion, electricity and ecosystems this year. The donation allows the school to have the necessary materials on hand as they are needed for science activities and is also a great financial help. Pictured, from left, are Sharon Bick, fourth grade teacher at Bright Elementary; and Lowe’s employees Daniel Hess, Doug Klein and Jamie Nichols.

Lowe’s Home Improvement recently made a donation of supplies to the fourth grade science classes at Bright Elementary School. Supplies donated included items such as sand, rocks, potting soil, batteries and bird seed. These supplies will allow the fourth graders to perform experiments and demonstrations as they study erosion, electricity and ecosystems this year. The donation allows the school to have the necessary materials on hand as they are needed for science activities and is also a great financial help. Pictured, from left, are Sharon Bick, fourth grade teacher at Bright Elementary; and Lowe’s employees Daniel Hess, Doug Klein and Jamie Nichols.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Lowes-pic.jpgLowe’s Home Improvement recently made a donation of supplies to the fourth grade science classes at Bright Elementary School. Supplies donated included items such as sand, rocks, potting soil, batteries and bird seed. These supplies will allow the fourth graders to perform experiments and demonstrations as they study erosion, electricity and ecosystems this year. The donation allows the school to have the necessary materials on hand as they are needed for science activities and is also a great financial help. Pictured, from left, are Sharon Bick, fourth grade teacher at Bright Elementary; and Lowe’s employees Daniel Hess, Doug Klein and Jamie Nichols.
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