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Nonprofit Provides Supplies To Cheyenne River Students

August 25, 2014, 1:45 PM

Nonprofit Provides Supplies To Cheyenne River Students
EAGLE BUTTE, SD -

A nonprofit group has provided school supplies to more than 500 children on South Dakota's Cheyenne River Reservation.

The supplies given by the organization Cheyenne River Youth Project include backpacks, compasses, calculators and mechanical pencils.

The organization says many of the donations came from the group Running Strong for American Indian Youth, which is based in Alexandria, Virginia, and numerous individual donors

Families on the reservation give $30 to the Youth Project organization every year, which allows them to participate in annual distributions including school supplies, winter clothing, a Christmas toy drive, household supplies and baby items.

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