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Rochester Middle School backpack drive means even more in 2020

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By Kyle Stucker – On any given year of Dillon Guyer’s sixth annual school backpack drive, it’s been typical for about a dozen parents to directly ask him for help with school supplies.

This year, with economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic hitting families hard across the country, Guyer received over 100 inquiries.

“Some of the tales would just break your heart listening to them,” said Guyer, tears welling in his eyes… Continue reading at fosters.com

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