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Hanover Township distributes school backpacks

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  • Hanover Township distributed more than 1,000 backpacks to needy families last week as part of its effort to help kids get off to a good start in the new school year.

      Hanover Township distributed more than 1,000 backpacks to needy families last week as part of its effort to help kids get off to a good start in the new school year.
    Courtesy Hanover Township

  • Hanover Township distributed more than 1,000 backpacks to needy families last week as part of its effort to help kids get off to a good start in the new school year.

      Hanover Township distributed more than 1,000 backpacks to needy families last week as part of its effort to help kids get off to a good start in the new school year.
    Courtesy Hanover Township

  • Hanover Township Supervisor Brian McGuire, AT&T representative Jaci Kator and Hanover Township Trustee Howard Krick were part of the group that distributed more than 1,000 backpacks to needy families last week.

      Hanover Township Supervisor Brian McGuire, AT&T representative Jaci Kator and Hanover Township Trustee Howard Krick were part of the group that distributed more than 1,000 backpacks to needy families last week.
    Courtesy Hanover Township

 
Daily Herald report

Hanover Township distributed more than 1,000 backpacks to needy families last week as part of its effort to help kids get off to a good start in the new school year.

The township partnered with state Rep. Fred Crespo, Cook County Commissioner Timothy Schneider, AT&T, Communities That Care, Backpack Buddies and the Streamwood Kiwanis Club in the effort.

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