Schools Foundation director speaks at noon Edmonds Rotary meeting

 Deborah Anderson, Executive Director of the Edmonds Public Schools & Alumni Foundation was the speaker at the regular Tuesday meeting of the Rotary Noon Club of Edmonds.  There are 480 homeless students in the Edmonds School District.  Nourishing Networks is a new program designed to provide weekend meals and deliver food to these children.    Campbell Nelson Chevrolet is donating two trucks to charities in the area.  You can vote to have a truck donated to the Edmonds Public Schools & Alumni Foundation by going on the Campbell Nelson website and choosing the Edmonds Public Schools & Alumni Foundation as your favorite charity.   For more information visit their website--www.edmondspsf.org/


Deborah Anderson, Executive Director of the Edmonds Public Schools & Alumni Foundation, was the speaker at the regular Tuesday meeting of the Rotary Noon Club of Edmonds. Anderson shared that there are 480 homeless students in the Edmonds School District, and the Foundation has developed the Nourishing Network  to provide weekend meals and deliver food to these children. Campbell Nelson VW/Nissan is donating two trucks to charities in the area. You can vote to have a truck donated to the Edmonds Public Schools & Alumni Foundation by going on the Campbell Nelson website and choosing the Edmonds Public Schools & Alumni Foundation as your favorite charity.
For more information visit www.edmondspsf.org

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