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Spare cash for schools?

Foundation begins fundraiser to help Durango schools
Charlie Love guides a few kindergartners through a biology lesson with the help of some recently hatched chicks at Riverview Elementary School. Supplies for classes such as goggles, lab coats and the chicks are among items the Durango Education Foundation helps to purchase with its annual fundraising campaigns.
Science might be a little less stimulating for Jack Naffziger, a kindergarten student at Riverview Elementary School studying a newly emerged butterfly, without the help of the Durango Education Foundation, which helps to buy supplies for classrooms.
Mandy Snowberger, an aide with Kids Camp at Park Elementary School, works with, from left, Hadyn Neiman, 6; Lily Kinsella, 5; Aurora Poulin, 5; and Ethan Williamson, 7; with their homework. Teachers aides are among the items the Durango Education Foundation helps to finance with donations from its annual fundraising drive.

Spare cash for schools?

Charlie Love guides a few kindergartners through a biology lesson with the help of some recently hatched chicks at Riverview Elementary School. Supplies for classes such as goggles, lab coats and the chicks are among items the Durango Education Foundation helps to purchase with its annual fundraising campaigns.
Science might be a little less stimulating for Jack Naffziger, a kindergarten student at Riverview Elementary School studying a newly emerged butterfly, without the help of the Durango Education Foundation, which helps to buy supplies for classrooms.
Mandy Snowberger, an aide with Kids Camp at Park Elementary School, works with, from left, Hadyn Neiman, 6; Lily Kinsella, 5; Aurora Poulin, 5; and Ethan Williamson, 7; with their homework. Teachers aides are among the items the Durango Education Foundation helps to finance with donations from its annual fundraising drive.
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