Parents, students and school staff donate and buy goods from the PTA Thrift Shop stores in Chapel Hill and Carrboro to raise money for extra supplies and programs in Chapel Hill-Carrboro schools. The PTA Council wants the thrift shop’s board to explain where the money has been going for the last six years and when the schools might get more of it.
Parents, students and school staff donate and buy goods from the PTA Thrift Shop stores in Chapel Hill and Carrboro to raise money for extra supplies and programs in Chapel Hill-Carrboro schools. The PTA Council wants the thrift shop’s board to explain where the money has been going for the last six years and when the schools might get more of it. Staff File photo
Parents, students and school staff donate and buy goods from the PTA Thrift Shop stores in Chapel Hill and Carrboro to raise money for extra supplies and programs in Chapel Hill-Carrboro schools. The PTA Council wants the thrift shop’s board to explain where the money has been going for the last six years and when the schools might get more of it. Staff File photo

Chapel Hill-Carrboro PTA wants thrift shop to show them the money

September 13, 2017 11:56 AM

UPDATED September 13, 2017 04:49 PM

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