Company bake sale benefits school supply drive

jbecknell@enquirerherald.comJuly 16, 2014 

  • York, Clover supply drop-off locations


    Clover School District, 604 Bethel St., 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Clover Community Bank, 124 Old N. Main St., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Clover Community Bank – Lake Wylie, 5196 Charlotte Highway, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.


    York District Office, 1475 E. Liberty St.

  • Monetary donations


    Send a donation to Clover School District School Supply Drive, 604 Bethel St., Clover, SC 29710


    Make a check out to “York School District One School Supply Account,” and send to the York School District Office, 1475 E. Liberty St., York, SC 29745

  • Items requested

    • Backpacks

    • Three-ring binders

    • Dividers

    • Clear page protectors

    • Non-sticky book covers

    • Construction paper

    • Graph paper

    • Notebook paper

    • White copy paper

    • Spiral notebooks

    • Composition notebooks

    • Folders with prongs and pockets

    • Index cards

    • Post-it notes

    • Pencil pouches

    • Rulers

    • Staples

    • Tape

    • Scissors

    • Handheld pencil sharpeners

    • Glue sticks

    • Glue bottles

    • Sharpie markers

    • Highlighters

    • Markers

    • Ink pens

    • Pencils

    • Quart and gallon resealable plastic bags

    • Clorox or Lysol wipes

    • Lysol

    • Tissues

    • Hand sanitizer

— Employees with Charlotte-based Pelton & Crane will sell baked goods to help some York students have a smoother transition into the new school year.

The company has for the past couple years held a bake sale to raise money for school supplies for students at York’s Harold C. Johnson Elementary School, said Amber Wallner, a human resources generalist with the company.

“It’s really our employees that do the most,” said Wallner. They ask for donations of individually packaged baked goods and sell them during work hours for $1 each.

“With that money, we get a list of what school supplies are needed for Harold C. Johnson and then we go out and purchase them,” Wallner said.

She added: “We are really just wanting to give back to our community. The employees really care about their local community.”

For the past several years, the four York County school districts have teamed up to organize and promote an annual school supply collection drive with The Herald and its three community publications, the York and Clover Enquirer-Herald, Lake Wylie Pilot and Fort Mill Times .

The drive continues through Aug. 4. All four districts are accepting donated supplies and cash, used to purchase supplies.

In Clover, supplies will be distributed during a back-to-school bash in cooperation with Roosevelt Community Watch from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Aug. 9 at the District Resource Center.

Jennifer Becknell •  803-329-4077

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