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Chick-fil-A hosts back to school supply drive

Chick-fil-A is holding a "Stuff-the-Bus" event Saturday to collect school supplies for students in Southwest Georgia. (Source: WALB) Chick-fil-A is holding a "Stuff-the-Bus" event Saturday to collect school supplies for students in Southwest Georgia. (Source: WALB)
You can drop off school supplies at Chick-fil-A locations in Albany and Lee County and at a church in Baconton. (Source: WALB) You can drop off school supplies at Chick-fil-A locations in Albany and Lee County and at a church in Baconton. (Source: WALB)
"We have a large number of students who live in poverty. Who often wonder where their next meal is coming from, much less where they're going to get leafs of paper, pencils and that kind of thing," said J.D. Sumner, Dougherty Co. spokesman. (Source: WALB) "We have a large number of students who live in poverty. Who often wonder where their next meal is coming from, much less where they're going to get leafs of paper, pencils and that kind of thing," said J.D. Sumner, Dougherty Co. spokesman. (Source: WALB)
DOUGHERTY CO., GA (WALB) -

Chick-fil-A is holding a "Stuff-the-Bus" event Saturday to collect school supplies for students in Southwest Georgia.

You can drop off school supplies at Chick-fil-A locations in Albany and Lee County and at a church in Baconton.

The supplies will benefit students in Mitchell, Dougherty, and Lee Counties. 

"We have a large number of students who live in poverty. Who often wonder where their next meal is coming from, much less where they're going to get leafs of paper, pencils and that kind of thing," said J.D. Sumner, Dougherty Co. spokesman.

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