Dollar General donates books to Vestal Hills Elementary – WIVT – NewsChannel 34

WIVT – NewsChannel 34
VESTAL, NY – Dollar General recently donated a large number of books to a local elementary school.
Tioga Hills received 100 books from the chain today as part of the company’s Serving Others mission.
The books were dropped off by the manager of the store on the Vestal Parkway, along with one of the associates who is also a Tioga Hills parent.
The books were placed in the library so all could read them.
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