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01  August 2013
School Supply Collection at Saugusbank Branches to Support BridgeHouse Family Shelter’s Drive

Saugus, MA –(www.saugusbank.com) From now until Thursday, August 22nd, all Saugusbank locations will be collecting new school supplies to support BridgeHouse Family Shelter’s annual supply drive. Items collected by employees and customers will ultimately be distributed to the children and teenagers residing at the Lynn-based shelter. Below is a universal list of supplies that the agency is seeking:

Elementary School Middle School/High School
  Backpacks   Backpacks
  Wide-ruled notebooks   Filler paper
  Folders   Notebooks
  Rulers   Folders
  Erasers   Pens & Pencils
  Pencils   Rulers
  Glue sticks   Glue sticks
  Scissors   Assignment books
  Pencil boxes   Calculators
  Pencil sharpeners   Composition books
  Markers   Scissors
    Markers
    Erasers
    Highlighters
 

  Pencil sharpeners

Items can be dropped off at any of the following Saugusbank locations during normal banking hours. For further information call 781-231-3800 or speak to a Customer Service Representative at any Saugusbank branch.

Saugusbank is an independent, full-service community bank with over $200 million in assets.  Founded in 1911, the organization offers a wide variety of loan and deposit products that cater to the individual and business needs of the community.  In addition to its chartered mission, the bank is also an active supporter of philanthropic ventures throughout the area.

BridgeHouse is a Lynn-based non-profit which is operated by the Lynn Shelter Association. Providing an alternative to temporary housing arrangements, BridgeHouse seeks to bridge the gap between homelessness and independent residency. The mission of the house is to provide a continuum of strong support services for families to establish self-sufficient lifestyles, and to restore self-esteem and dignity to the head of the household and children.

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