Family First Pregnancy Care Center makes school supplies donations

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Crystle Gallegos, Clare Grochocki, Dennis Blauser and Frank Grochocki

Family First would like to thank the community for supporting the School Supplies Drive for our local schools. Filled backpacks and a box of school supplies were donated to Mountain Vista School in Oracle and First Ave. Elementary in San Manuel. Dennis Blauser, Superintendent and Crystle Gallegos, Asst. Principal were on hand to receive donations and Katy Wilkins, Principal and Amy Triphan, Lead Teacher received the donations for First Ave. Frank and Clare Grochocki from Family First delivered the donations.

Frank Grochocki, Katy Wilkins, Clare Grochocki and Amy Triphan

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