If you need a little assistance with getting school supplies for your kids for the 2024-2025 school year, and you live in Warrick County, one Boonville organization wants to help.

Summer break is nearing its end. It feels like just yesterday, the kiddos were getting out of school and eager to take advantage of summer. In about a month, kids will be returning to school. That means now is the time when parents are planning out their back-to-school shopping lists, and that can be a pretty stressful process. Clothes, shoes, and school supplies don't come cheap, especially for those who have multiple children. Some families cannot afford all the required school supplies, which puts them in a bit of a bind. However, you could have some assistance from a Boonville organization that wants to give you school supplies.

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Studio Bee Community Youth Center in Boonville knows and understands that. That's why they want to help Warrick County families ease the burden of back-to-school shopping by once again doing a school supply giveaway this year.


Studio Bee School Supply Giveaway

Studio Bee in Boonville is organizing a School Supply Giveaway for Warrick County students in grades K-12. The giveaway/pickup is a great resource that those in Warrick County should register for. In-person sign-ups will be held on Thursday, July 11th from 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, July 13th from 9:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. The pick-up day will be on Saturday, July 27th. You can find out all about it in the post below.

Studio Bee is also looking for monetary and school supply donations for the event. You can learn how you can help out in the post below.

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