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SCORE Store Continues

It all began with a spark of inspiration in the heart of a dedicated student during her Sociology class. Fueled by a desire to make a meaningful impact, she embarked on a journey to create a haven of compassion – a free store. Initially stocked with non-perishable food items, this endeavor aimed to extend a helping hand to those in need.

Today, that humble store has evolved and returned, resilient and more potent than ever before.

So, what awaits you within these walls of goodwill? A treasure trove of essentials:

๐Ÿ‘š Clothing
๐Ÿ› Non-perishable food items
๐Ÿšฟ Toiletries
๐Ÿงผ Cleaning supplies

And here's the most remarkable part – it's all absolutely FREE!

Conveniently located within the Junior/Senior High School, the SCORE Store offers electronic ordering options and after-school accessibility on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Click here to order electronically.

Let's rally behind this incredible community-driven initiative, nurturing it to reach even greater heights. Your contributions are vital, as donations are always warmly welcomed.

Spread the message far and wide, mention your friends, and join us in paying it forward. We'll be waiting for you at the SCORE Store, where together, we can truly make a difference.

#SCOREStore #CommunitySupport #SaugertiesStrong #GoSawyers 

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