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Easter’s True Value provides safety kits to CHS

Easter’s True Value provides safety kits to CHS

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Delivering safety kids to Clarinda High School Thursday, Sept. 10, was, left, Easter’s True Value store manager John Stull. Accepting the kits was, right, Clarinda High School principal Denise Green. Provided through the Educational Heroes Safety Campaign initiated by True Value, the safety kits included hand sanitizer, KN-95 masks and hand soap. (Herald-Journal photo by Kent Dinnebier)

Easter’s True Value of Clarinda, in partnership with the True Value Foundation, has provided free health and safety kits to Clarinda High School through the newly created Educational Heroes Safety Campaign.

To ensure the health and safety of students, teachers, administrators and staff at their local school, Easter’s True Value is donating kits comprised of hand sanitizer, KN-95 masks and hand soap.

At the beginning of the pandemic, True Value Manufacturing retooled its EasyCare paint production facility in Cary, Ill., to produce FDA-approved hand sanitizer and other essential cleaning products to meet unprecedented nationwide consumer demand for health and cleaning essentials. In August, the True Value Foundation decided to go even further to address growing public need for these products as schools reopened by launching the Educational Heroes Safety Campaign.

This collaborative effort between the company and its independent retailers aims to keep America’s kids learning while keeping the frontline educational heroes safe.

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