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Local backpack program distribution is Aug. 25

WORTHINGTON -- Backpack and school supplies for children who live in Nobles County and will attend grades kindergarten through fourth grade will be handed out from 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 25 at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 230 W. Clary St., Worth...

WORTHINGTON -- Backpack and school supplies for children who live in Nobles County and will attend grades kindergarten through fourth grade will be handed out from 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 25 at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 230 W. Clary St., Worthington.

The program is made possible through donations from individuals and businesses in Nobles County. Monetary donations are still being accepted for the program and may be made to the Manna Food Pantry, earmarked for the backpack program. Checks may be mailed to Manna Food Pantry at 230 W. Clary St., Worthington.

Each child receiving a backpack must register at the door and be accompanied by an adult.

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