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Maxwell collecting box tops as education fundraiser

Maxwell Elementary School and Stephens Jewelry Store are offering an extra incentive for students to raise box tops at the school.

The school has a goal of raising $2,000 through the box tops program, which will be used to purchase recess bags. The child from each grade who brings in the most box tops at the end of the school year (more than 500) will win a "Max" lion Webkinz, which is being donated by Stephens Jewelry Store.

For more than 10 years, Box Tops for Education has helped America's schools raise over $200 million to buy the things they need. The Box Tops for Education program offers three easy ways to make a difference through everyday activities: buying groceries, shopping online and purchasing books. The program covers many brands including Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, Kleenex, General Mills and other products.

Another easy way to help the school is to sign up for the Box Tops website at boxtops4education.com. Participants will get updates on the school's Box Tops earnings, money-saving coupons, family-pleasing recipes, and chances to win Bonus Box Tops, the latest Box Tops news and more.

For more information on how to help Maxwell Elementary earn cash through Box Tops for Education, contact Box Tops Coordinator Judy Giles at 706-843-9221 or visit boxtops4education.com.



Web posted on Thursday, April 03, 2008













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