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Jennifer Jindrich

Published On: Mar 20 2012 07:30:42 AM CDT
Updated On: Mar 20 2012 07:31:35 AM CDT

Phone number: 608-204-4514

E-mail: jindrich@madison.k12.wi.us

Items needed:

We've just started up the Family and Consumer Education classroom

again, and we could use an assortment of kitchen supplies such as silverware,

and pencils. Contact me if you have kitchen supplies that you're not using

or that you'd like to update (cutting boards, veggie peelers, etc) or if you'd like

to donate through www.target.com (click on gift lists, organization = whitehorse).

If you have other items that you think might be of interest, please contact me,

I just might take you up on it!

We're also registered

Thanks! Ms. J

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