February 5, 2013
In Support of Crestline Elementary School
In response to the tragic loss of Crestline Elementary School, 98.7 The Bull, iQ Credit Union and Burgerville USA have joined hands in a much-needed school supply drive at iQ branches and Burgerville locations throughout Vancouver. iQ Credit Union invites our members and the community to join us in support of the parents, teachers and students affected by this devastating fire, and help them make the transition to their new schools.
School supplies can be donated at these locations:
iQ Credit Union:
Downtown Branch (1313 Main Street)
Vancouver Mall Branch (7017 NE Vancouver Mall Drive)
Fisher’s Landing Branch (2620 SE 165th Avenue)
Hazel Dell Branch (305 NE 81st Street)
Salmon Creek Branch (13505 NE 10th Avenue>
Ridgefield Branch (2 South 56th Place)
Battle Ground Branch (109 SW First Street)
Camas Branch (1615 NW 6th Avenue)
iQ Campus Branches at Battle Ground High School, Union High School and Clark County Skills Center.
Cascade Park (11704 SE Mill Plain Blvd)
Fisher’s Landing (16416 SE McGillivray Blvd)
Heritage Center (6700 NE 162nd Ave)
Orchards (10903 NE Fourth Plain Blvd.)
Shari’s has always been a proud supporter of our local schools in our communities, and we’re deeply saddened by the tragic fire that struck Crestline Elementary School on Sunday, February 3rd. That’s why our Vancouver-Area Shari’s restaurants are donating $1 for every whole pie sold from this Monday, February 11th through the end of the month to Crestline Elementary School. It’s our way of helping the rebuilding process for the school, the families, and most importantly, the Kids of Crestline!
This promotion is occurring at all Shari’s Vancouver-Area Restaurants:
• Vancouver Mall: 4720 NE Thurston Way
• Fisher’s Landing: 2100 SE 164th Ave.
• Cascade Park: 305 SE Chkalov Dr.
• Orchards: 11717 NE 76th St.
Please join us in this effort and help spread the word to our communities by informing your listeners/viewers with this information, so they can help.
Supplies needed include:
Copy paper, pencils, crayons, colored pencils, scissors, erasers, water color paints, tissues, glue sticks, hand sanitizer, playground equipment (balls, jump ropes, etc.), markers, dry erase markers, wide-ruled notebook filler paper and wide-ruled composition books. The school district is requesting people not send books because those selections might not fit the teachers’ needs.