In this file photo from earlier this year, the Rock Hill Schools Education Foundation received a $50,000 grant from Walmart to support its Back the Pack program. Rock Hill City Council member and mayor pro tem Jim Reno, left, spoke at the presentation in front of hundreds of packages of nonperishable food items and snacks for Rock Hill students that Back the Pack provides.
In this file photo from earlier this year, the Rock Hill Schools Education Foundation received a $50,000 grant from Walmart to support its Back the Pack program. Rock Hill City Council member and mayor pro tem Jim Reno, left, spoke at the presentation in front of hundreds of packages of nonperishable food items and snacks for Rock Hill students that Back the Pack provides. ANDY BURRISS aburriss@heraldonline.com
In this file photo from earlier this year, the Rock Hill Schools Education Foundation received a $50,000 grant from Walmart to support its Back the Pack program. Rock Hill City Council member and mayor pro tem Jim Reno, left, spoke at the presentation in front of hundreds of packages of nonperishable food items and snacks for Rock Hill students that Back the Pack provides. ANDY BURRISS aburriss@heraldonline.com

More help needed for Rock Hill’s Back the Pack nutrition program

August 25, 2015 04:36 PM

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