Greenwich school donating supplies to Newtown

They are sending the supplies to the temporary

They are sending the supplies to the temporary school being set up in Monroe.

GREENWICH - Hamilton Avenue School in Greenwich is collecting donations to help the students and teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary.

They loaded up two cars full of paper towels, tissues, baby wipes, markers, crayons and other supplies that will go to their temporary school in Monroe.

The woman who organized this has a nephew who is a second-grader at Sandy Hook and wanted to do something to help him and the rest of the community.

Organizers say they are expecting so many supplies, they may need to rent a U-Haul truck to get it all there.
 

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