Ross Stores donates $1,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Porter County

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Published on August 15, 2012 with No Comments

Ross Stores awarded Boys and Girls Clubs of Porter County $1,000 as part of the grand opening celebration of the Ross Dress For Less location in Merrillville.  The funds will be used to support “Power Hour”, a homework help program offered at the clubs and Kidstop sites.  For more information, call 219-464-7282 or visit

Accepting a $1,000 donation from Ross Dress for Less Stores are (back row, from left) Bryan Krieg, program director of Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County-South Haven Club, Gabby Garza, Cameron Taylor, Ashley Cytlak, Mychell Carlisle, Kristen Baker and dec 27, 2014 – online, baclofen 10mg tab ups, 10mg baclofen street what is the street price for mircette without prescription brand viagra buy tadalafil online india want to 2050 no prescription clavamox oracea canadian pharmacies buy  us baclofen 20 mg street price . (front row, from left) Sam Dull, Evelyn Garza, Zach Cytlak and Jasmine Garrido.

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