Members of the Logan High School Prayer Club assisted in constructing back to school supplies that were gathered by the Logan Cola-Cola Bottling Plant supervised by Greg Copley.
More than $4,000 in school supplies were donated by the public at the Walmart drop off bins and through the following individuals and businesses: Logan County Commission (Danny Godby, Danny Ellis and Willie Akers), Senator Art Kirkendoll, Walmart, WVOW Radio, Logan Prayer Club, Freeman Funeral Home, Trogdons’s Gas Station, Uncle Sam’s Loan, LB&T Banks, Mike Mullins (Southern Medical Supplies), Perry Brothers Pawn, Packs M.D., Southern WV Physical Therapy, Bailey Hardwood, Logan Carpet, Reno’s Road House, Earl Ray Tomblin Convention Center, Neil Dingess, Bray & Oakley Insurance, First Baptist Church of McConnell, the Logan County Board of Education (use of the bus) and the Logan Coca-Cola Company.
The Fill the Bus Campaign helped students all over Logan County. On Wed., Aug. 12, First Baptist Church of McConnell sponsored a Back to School Party and gave out 150 packs of the school supplies.
“This was the greatest effort in recent years for the Fill the Bus Campaign and we appreciate everyone’s generous contributions,” Copley said.