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Meeting Needs: Linda Sanborn wants to help students with new program

| Hansen Hasenberg
There are 13,600 children who face food insecurity in the county, according to Santa Rosa County District Schools. That doesn’t include those whose families struggle to afford necessities like clothing. Rather than sitting by and saying too bad, school board member Linda Sanborn has started a new program to address the needs of those students who may not have what they need to be successful in the classroom and in life.
A new program, Do Unto Others, helps enable school administrators and teachers provide students with things like clothing if they need them. The program, which was started by school board member Linda Sanborn, is looking to raise $38,000 by the start of next school year.


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