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From dry-erase markers, glue sticks and copy paper to ukuleles, earbuds and jump ropes, Wilson County teachers have enough classroom supply needs to fill a 45-page wish list.
Brewmasters is bringing the community together to fulfill as many of the 338 teachers' requests as possible through its fourth annual Adopt-A-Classroom program. Click the link at left to view a PDF document containing all the classroom wish lists. The document can be viewed on the Times website or downloaded and saved.
Items can be dropped off at Brewmasters, 2117 Forest Hills Road. For more information, contact the restaurant at 252-991-6035 or email Molly Youssef at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can visit Brewmasters and pick out a specific classroom, then purchase the desired items and deliver them to that particular classroom. If you don't have time, Brewmasters will do it for you.
You can also donate to the Brewmasters Foundation and earmark the monetary donation to a specific school in the memo line. The foundation is a nonprofit and donations are tax-deductible. All money goes toward the program.