Stuff the Bus campaign successful

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On Saturday, Aug. 16, Mt. Vista Elementary School in Oracle held their most recent “Stuff the Bus” campaign, with locations in Eagle Crest, Oracle, SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch.

The National Junior Honor Society Students, Oracle Elementary School District school personnel and board members had a great day helping with the collections and greeting all the residents.

The campaign was a success, with many generous residents donating cash, checks, school supplies and food.

“Our school system is one of the best in Pinal County because of your involvement and support! Thanks again! And we look forward to seeing you all again next year.” said a Mt. Vista Elementary School representative.

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