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Davis County Schools Receive Money from Local Grocery Store

Davis County Schools Receive Money from Local Grocery Store

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(KSL News) Davis County schools got a sweet deal from two local grocery stores.

The Bountiful and Centerville Dick's Market stores presented a check for $30,000 to a class of 5th graders Wednesday.

Davis Education Foundation Director Sheryl Allen said, "It's been an excellent week for education. We've had a lot of support from the legislature and the governor, and this is the frosting on a great cake from Dick's Market bakery."

The money will be split between all the schools in Davis County. The money will be used however each school chooses.

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