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Chase students receive donation of school supplies

September 22, 2011Principal and volunteers with supplies

Under the leadership of Sullivan County CASA, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, many local businesses sponsored events where school supplies were collected for students across the county.

Chase Elementary students were some of the lucky recipients of this generosity. Teachers were able to select supplies such as notebooks, pens, pencils and even backpacks for students in need.

The entire Chase community appreciates the hard work and dedication of Sullivan County CASA, and the following businesses for their contributions and continued support: Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Thunder Country 102.1, Shoprite, M&M Auto Group, WSUL 98.3, The Fat Lady Café, White Lake Speedway and the Bethel Farmers Market.

Photo: Chase Principal Susan Gottlieb accepts donations from CASA volunteer Jack Youngs, CASA Executive Director Lilly Hendrickson, CASA volunteer Faith Kaplan and Family Court Judge Hon. Mark M. Meddaugh.