ReMax donates 1,000 boxes of cereal to Jefferson Elementary project | Local

Dave Armstrong, owner of the sales rep, said he also felt great about ReMax being able to take part in this challenge and that he believes in the importance of it. “The students are excited and doing something really good by filling the pantries. It teaches these kids how to give back. “

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Earlier this month, Muscatine donated 270 boxes to Walmart. Students and their families also take part. A pair of virtual students participated and brought in $ 400 worth of cereal.

“It is a heartwarming feeling to know that we live in a community that unites for a good cause,” said Nietzel a donation point for us. To be honest, witnessing our students’ pride in the project’s success is quite emotional for the teachers. We are so grateful to our great Muskie community! “

By April 11th, 4,564 boxes of cereal had been donated.

“Even if we don’t have 6,000 boxes by next Friday, the fact that our Jefferson Muskies have collected over 4,000 boxes for charity is an absolutely incredible achievement,” said Nietzel. “I would have considered this challenge a victory even if we only collected 10 cereal boxes because those boxes would still have had a positive impact on our community.”