Kohl's in Menifee Paints Quail Valley Elementary School

A couple of weeks ago, on Sunday August 18, the "A-Team Volunteers" from Kohl's in Menifee, joined up with Menifee Union School District staff members and family at Quail Valley Elementary School to paint the handball courts.

The soon-to-be-opened store, who says that it's committed to making a difference in the community, will also donate $1,500.00 to purchase books for the school's library.

Heidi Fanning, the District Volunteer Captain from Kohl's was quoted as saying, "Especially in these really difficult times of budget cuts I think it is important for all of us to do what we can to make a difference for children."

Photos below...

Quail Valley Elementary School

Kohl's Menifee

Quail Valley Elementary School

Quail Valley Elementary School

Quail Valley Elementary School




6 Comments:

  1. Hooray for Kohls! That is awesome, thank you!!!

    You can bet I'll be shopping there.

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  2. Awesome! I will be shopping there too..a great start!

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  3. What a great example of how businesses in a community should be! I got goose bumps reading it. I loved Kohl's before, and now, just that much more!


    THANKS KOHL'S FOR MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY!

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  4. GOOD FOR KOHLS ! What wonderful support for their community. I just hope others get involved and lead the way in showing our community they aim to work for success. Thank you for providing the pictures along with the story; like you, we need to really publish and give credit to establishments who do things like this. Way to go Menifee 24/7!

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  5. I dont ever shop there, but any business that does good thungs for our schools is awesome. Perhaps I will go there to buy someting when it opens. Thanks Kohls.

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