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Back To School Bash a success

Addie Abson, a Carlisle High School student, paints Hailee Canoy’s nails at the Back to School Bash on Saturday. (Photo by : Angelia James)
Addie Abson, a Carlisle High School student, paints Hailee Canoy’s nails at the Back to School Bash on Saturday. (Photo by : Angelia James)
Mother for Education member Johnnie Johnson assists Cina Scrimsher at Science Booth on Saturday during the 5th annual Back to School Bash. (Photo by Angelia James)
Mother for Education member Johnnie Johnson assists Cina Scrimsher at Science Booth on Saturday during the 5th annual Back to School Bash. (Photo by Angelia James)
Alma Washington distributes school supplies to KeShaun Allen during the Back to School Bash on Saturday at the Carlisle City Park. (Photo by: Angelia James)
Alma Washington distributes school supplies to KeShaun Allen during the Back to School Bash on Saturday at the Carlisle City Park. (Photo by: Angelia James)
The fifth annual Back to School Bash on Saturday gathered a crowd of over 200 students and their parents. (Photo by Angelia James)
The fifth annual Back to School Bash on Saturday gathered a crowd of over 200 students and their parents. (Photo by Angelia James)

The fifth annual Back To School Bash hosted by Mothers for Education was held Saturday at the Carlisle City Park.

More than 200 children from Carlisle and the surrounding areas came to enjoy the festivities of free fun, food and school supplies.

“This year we were blessed to hand out supplies for over 200 children from Carlisle and surrounding areas,” Mothers for Education member Angelia James said. “Special thanks for all members of the community who continually support our efforts.”

While the bash maybe over, chances for free school supplies is not. Mothers for Education will be raffling off two backpacks, per school, loaded with school supplies during the Carlisle School District open house tonight. The open house will be from 6-7:30 p.m at the elementary and high school. Parents are students are invited to attend.

If any students still need supplies, parents should contact Angelia James at 870-552-5593. Mothers 4 Education is a 501c3 non-profit organizations.

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