Jail literacy supply drive to run through Aug. 31

A school supply drive is being conducted through Aug. 31 to help the Ozaukee County Jail Literacy Program.

The program is seeking large pink erasers, lined college-ruled paper and notebooks with glue binding, colored pocked folders without grommets, word search books, Post It notes, Clorox wipes and new or gently used Webster pocket dictionaries.

Items may be dropped off at the Grafton Chamber of Commerce office, 1624 Wisconsin Ave.

More than 330 students have earned their high school equivalency diploma through the jail literacy program since the program began 27 years ago.

For more information, visit ozaukeejailliteracy.org.



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