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SOUTH OKLAHOMA CITY (CBSDFW.COM) – In a matter of hours Wednesday, the entrance of a South Oklahoma City Church was overwhelmed.
Stuffed animals, backpacks, and books came in by the bag full. All items for kids, it was appropriate then that most of the donors, were kids. One by one, boys and girls walked in with their parents and added something new to the stack.
Devonne Davis suggested her five-year-old son Kaden bring in a toy. He responded “You can get every single one.”
Organizers set out with a specific deadline of Thursday at 8 a.m. to put together 1,200 backpacks. The number, matched the number of kids who attended the two schools destroyed in Monday’s tornado. Every one will get one, to replace what they lost in a split second Monday.
Robin Bennett, a parent and PTA member at Wayland Bonds Elementary school, said…
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