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Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy Hosts Toiletry Drive

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Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy host toiletry drive.

The Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy is hosting a toiletry drive for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County for the next two weeks.  The winning fourth period class will receive Chick-fil-A on Dec. 12. 

“I’m so excited that Lindale has this opportunity to help our community,” junior David Kelly said. “I think this is a fantastic way to help and show our community that the Lindale High School cares and wants to help in any way possible.”

This week students provided oral hygiene products. Next week they may bring hair and body care.

“I’m so excited to help out the Child’s Advocacy Center and to help kids feel loved for Christmas,” junior Bre Taylor said.

Body care such as soap, deodorant, body wash, and shampoo and conditioner can be provided. Two travel size items will be counted as one full size item.

“The toiletry drive is a great way to come together aws a community to help those in need,” junior Manuel Rosas said. “It’s nice that not only are we awarded for our great cause but also because of the positive outcomes for those around us.”

All items will be funded for the kids in the Child Advocacy Center. Students will have until Friday to turn all items in.

“It’s just such a great opportunity for us as high school students to be involved in our communities and help younger kids that aren’t as fortunate during the holiday season, ” junior Clara Helvey said. “It’s even better because we get Chick-fil-A.”

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