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Bonney Lake Target representatives Kelli Barclay and Jon Guidoux presented White River High School Principal Mike Hagadone with a check in the amount of $229.87 recently. The donation is a result of the parents, teachers and school supporters who participate in the Take Charge of Education Program sponsored by Target. Through Take Charge of Education, families, teachers and members of the community have an easy way to raise money for their school. When they sign up and designate an eligible kindergarten through 12th-grade school, Target donates up to 1 percent of every purchase they make with their REDcard to that school. Take Charge of Education dollars are donated to schools twice a year.  During the past 11 years, schools have used the funds for books, field trips, technology or supplies. Take Charge of Education is part of Target’s commitment to education and is designed to enhance educational efforts for children in communities across the country. - Photo courtesy White River High
Bonney Lake Target representatives Kelli Barclay and Jon Guidoux presented White River High School Principal Mike Hagadone with a check in the amount of $229.87 recently. The donation is a result of the parents, teachers and school supporters who participate in the Take Charge of Education Program sponsored by Target. Through Take Charge of Education, families, teachers and members of the community have an easy way to raise money for their school. When they sign up and designate an eligible kindergarten through 12th-grade school, Target donates up to 1 percent of every purchase they make with their REDcard to that school. Take Charge of Education dollars are donated to schools twice a year. During the past 11 years, schools have used the funds for books, field trips, technology or supplies. Take Charge of Education is part of Target’s commitment to education and is designed to enhance educational efforts for children in communities across the country.
— image credit: Photo courtesy White River High

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