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Box Tops for Education Drive Going On Now
Box Tops for Education Coordinator, Mason Elementary School
Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • Posted September 21, 2011

Every school out there needs all the help they can get in these tough economic times. With the Box Tops for Education program, the community has a chance to lend a little help to our school without dontating any extra money. How is that possible? Just cut those little Box Tops for Education rectangles out you seen on many of the items you already buy and drop them off at the drop box inside Lowes/ Super S. Examples of popular brands that carry Box Tops coupons on their packaging include Cheerios, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Kleenex, Ziplock, Hefty, Avery, Land O’ Lakes and Brita Filters. That’s just to name a few. For more information www.btfe.comFor every Box Top you cut , our school gets 10 cents, as long as it’s not expired. So far this year, we have already turned in 6,220 Box Tops. That is $ 622.00 coming to our school just because the kids and their parents have been cutting out those Box Top all summer long. Now we are hoping to get the whole community involved. Here is all you have to do:

Look for the Box Top Logo on groceries you already buy.

Check the expiration date on the Box Top.

Cut the Box Top out.

Drop it in the drop box at Lowes/ Super S.

Let’s see how many Box Tops Mason can collect between now and October 21st!

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