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<p>Residents of Dr. Barbara Carey Shuler Manor Apartments and children who will benefit from the giveaway are photographed at the complex. Eddie Miller [back center] organized the event and James Petrone [back right] is the manager of the property.</p>

Residents of Dr. Barbara Carey Shuler Manor Apartments and children who will benefit from the giveaway are photographed at the complex. Eddie Miller [back center] organized the event and James Petrone [back right] is the manager of the property.

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Bookbag give-away benefits youth

Children facing homelessness When children go back to school each year, some families have to make a choice between buying food for their homes or backpacks and school supplies for their receive gifts

When children go back to school each year, some families have to make a choice between buying food for their homes or backpacks and school supplies for their children. The backpack giveaway at Dr. Barbara Carey Shuler Manor Apartments — a Carrfour Supportive Housing development that provides affordable housing for residents who were formerly homeless or facing homelessness — will assist some families who are in need on August 10 at 9a.m.-1p.m. At the event, 40-50 bookbags will be given to the complex’s residents.