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School bus needs a fill for Christmas Cheer Board

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The Winnipeg School Division is inviting Winnipeggers to help stuff a school bus today with donations for the Christmas Cheer Board.

The Stuff-a-School-Bus campaign asks school division staff and members of the community to come and meet up with a school bus at specific locations and donate items for the Cheer Board.

Students from the Kelvin High School choral program will be on the bus to provide entertainment.

In a statement, the Winnipeg School Division said the campaign was created because employees wanted to "give back to the families in our community who need our support."

Santa Bus Schedule:

9:30 a.m, Administrative Building – 1577 Wall St.

10:30 a.m, Service Building - 1395 Spruce St.

11:30 a.m, Prince Charles Education Resource Centre - 1075 Wellington Ave.

1:30 p.m., Child Guidance Clinic - 700 Elgin Ave.

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