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Donated school supplies.Gary Kent photo.Employees from Child Protective Services showed up in force to carry donated school supplies to their vehicles Thursday morning. The items, which included stacks of notebooks, glue, crayons, folders, pencils and pens and backpacks, were all donated by employees of the Bee County Sheriffs Office. Those on hand for the exchange included, from left, Chief Deputy Alden Southmayd, CPS employees Mari Fernandez, Melissa Rosales, Maribel Cuellar, Pricilla Smith and Grace Smith, BCSO dispatcher Patricia Edwards, Bee County Jail Administrator Dolores Rodriguez and Sheriff Carlos Carrizales, Jr. CPS employees said they would begin distributing the school supplies to their client families that same day.
Donated school supplies.Gary Kent photo.Employees from Child Protective Services showed up in force to carry donated school supplies to their vehicles Thursday morning. The items, which included stacks of notebooks, glue, crayons, folders, pencils and pens and backpacks, were all donated by employees of the Bee County Sheriffs Office. Those on hand for the exchange included, from left, Chief Deputy Alden Southmayd, CPS employees Mari Fernandez, Melissa Rosales, Maribel Cuellar, Pricilla Smith and Grace Smith, BCSO dispatcher Patricia Edwards, Bee County Jail Administrator Dolores Rodriguez and Sheriff Carlos Carrizales, Jr. CPS employees said they would begin distributing the school supplies to their client families that same day.
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Employees from Child Protective Services showed up in force to carry donated school supplies to their vehicles earlier this month. The items, which included stacks of notebooks, glue, crayons, folders, pencils and pens and backpacks, were all donated by employees of the Bee County Sheriffs Office. Those on hand for the exchange included, from left, Chief Deputy Alden Southmayd, CPS employees Mari Fernandez, Melissa Rosales, Maribel Cuellar, Pricilla Smith and Grace Smith, BCSO dispatcher Patricia Edwards, Bee County Jail Administrator Dolores Rodriguez and Sheriff Carlos Carrizales Jr. CPS employees said they would begin distributing the school supplies to their client families that same day.
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