Pioneer Electric Donates To Greenville High School Clothing Assistance Program

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By Catalina Trivino

Even during the recession... people are still donating money for good causes.

Employees at Greenville Pioneer Electric donated more than $500 Thursday to Greenville High School for a new program.

It's called the "Secret Assistance Closet," which gives students and families in need gently-used and new clothing items to promote self-esteem and academic excellence.

They're taking everything from backpacks, clothing, shoes and accessories. Pioneer Electric's donations will go to help with those items, as well.



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