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Free Backpack Program Continues for 6th Year for Jonathan Alder and Fairbanks 1st and 2nd Graders!

For the sixth year, we will be providing backpacks filled with selected school supplies to Jonathan Alder first and second graders at Plain City Elementary and Monroe Elementary.

This year, we are making backpacks available for Fairbanks first and second graders, as well.

Using the school supply lists located on the Jonathan Alder School web sites, we chose items that we thought would be most needed by the students.

To see the Fairbanks Elementary School supply lists, go HERE.

The backpacks are FREE.

The backpacks are our way of thanking the community for continually supporting us. All that is required to obtain a backpack is to have a parent or guardian stop in the pharmacy and sign for the child.

There is a limit of one backpack per child. Supplies are limited, so don’t wait!

Please drop by the pharmacy beginning on Thursday, August 14, to pick up a backpack filled with supplies for your proud student. The pharmacy is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 9 am to noon. We are closed on Sundays.

Hopefully, when you and your children open the backpacks, the smell of crayons will instantly put you and them in the “back-to-school” mood. It did us!

Please thank our Ohio State University College of Pharmacy student, Colin, for assembling a ton of backpacks! Colin is getting ready to head back to school, too, but, unfortunately, he won’t need any crayons in pharmacy school!

Thank you, as well, to our fourth year pharmacy students, Josh and Eli, for modeling the backpacks. If pharmacy doesn’t work out for them, we know they will have jobs in the fashion industry!

Remember, school starts on Wednesday, August 20, for those in the Jonathan Alder School District, as well as the Fairbanks Local School District! Can the summer really be over? Sigh.

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