Being a teacher can be so fulfilling but it also can be ROUGH. You go to great lengths to fill your classroom cupboards with purchased school supplies only to run out and there are STILL children in need. The Central Washington Sate Fair and Enigma Marketing want to help with a School Supplies Drive on Wednesday, September 28th 2022. The Central Washington State Fair opens at noon.

Bring School Supplies and Get Into The Central Washington State Fair for FREE!

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How Will It Work?

We all know a teacher, love a teacher, help a teacher, listen to a teacher. Therefore we all know how hard it is for them to their job when school supplies are low in their classrooms, the Central Washington State Fair made it their priority to help! Tomorrow Wednesday (9/28) everyone who brings 3 (unopened) school supplies will get FREE entry to the fair until 4pm!
Located in Yakima, Washington
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We all know someone who is a teacher, have listened to a teacher, been inspired by a teacher. Now let's help our teachers. All the supplies will be donated back to local non-profits and schools
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
List of Supplies
  • Pencils
  • Crayons
  • Colored Pencils
  • Markers
  • Spiral Notebooks
  • Reams of paper
  • Glue
  • Backpack

You can make a run to the dollar store or your favorite spot and grab at the very least three unopened school supply items but more would be completely expectable. It's like a double rainbow where you get to make a difference in a child and a teachers life while also enjoying free admission to the Central Washington State Fair!

School Supplies

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