It may still feel like summer, but it is officially "back to school" season!

Join US 103-3 and the Bismarck Larks at Dakota Eye Clinic (North) for the "Backpack Giveback" event on August 4th. The "Backpack Giveback" will benefit the non-profit, Carrie's Kids, which ultimately helps at-risk kids get the supplies they need for the upcoming school year. And those who donate to the cause will get a sweet clear backpack from the Larks!


 

WHAT: Backpack Giveback

WHEN: Wednesday, August 4, 2021
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

WHERE: Dakota Eye Institute (North)
3119 N. 14th St., Bismarck


 

How can you get your clear Larks backpack?

From 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM this Wednesday, August 4, stop out to Dakota Eye Institute (North) in Bismarck for the "Backpack Giveback!" In order to get your awesome clear Larks backpack, you just need to drop off two school supplies. And the best part about this is that Dakota Eye Institute will donate one backpack, full of school supplies, to Carrie's Kids for every clear backpack given away.

What does Carrie's Kids do?

Carrie's Kids is a nonprofit that provides safety and learning to local kids. Carrie is described as "a fearless advocate for children and teens who are at risk, seeking their path to self-sufficiency and independence." And the organization works to help kids "thrive at home, at school and the community."

Throw a couple of extra school supply items in your cart when you go shopping for school supplies and we will see you for the "Backpack Giveback" on Wednesday!

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