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Michelle's Place helps children look cool for school

 

Last updated 8/22/2018 at 1:01pm

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Laura Cuevas Lawrence, left, Gina McGill, Noah McGill, April McGill and Summer McGill attend the "Looking Cool for School" shopping spree, Aug. 14, sponsored by Michelle's Place Breast Cancer Resource Center and Stater Bros. Charities.

TEMECULA – Michelle's Place Breast Cancer Resource Center in southwest Riverside County took 48 children of mothers battling breast cancer on a "Looking Cool for School" shopping spree Tuesday, Aug. 14, to purchase back-to-school clothes thanks to a donation from Stater Bros Charities.

Each child was given a $150 budget at Kohl's to purchase clothes, shoes and necessities for going back to school.

"Breast cancer treatment can be very costly, so basic needs such as back to school supplies and clothes can be difficult for families to provide," Kim Gerrish, executive director of Michelle'...



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