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Kroger funds midwest classrooms for second year

The last thing you may think about when shopping for groceries is the fact that kids and schools in your community need your help.  But the good folks at Kroger, one of the country’s largest supermarket chains, decided that improving education is critical in their local communities.
After helping fund over $25,000 worth of classroom projects across Indiana and Illinois last year, Kroger’s at it again – funding classroom needs in the following cities:
Peoria and Rockford, IL
Shelbyville and South Bend, IN
Hannibal, Louisiana, Rolla, Troy, and Warrenton, MO
Read more about the success of Kroger’s campaign last year (PDF)

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