Horry County students collect items to “Fill the Bus” and deliver to Georgetown students impacted by flooding

Murrells Inlet, SC – Students at St. James High School in Horry County are reaching out to help students impacted by the flooding in Georgetown County.  The Georgetown Schools are struggling to assist their students and community as they recover from the flood. As a result, Saint James High School has “adopted” three schools in the Georgetown School District: Carvers Bay High School, Rosemary Middle, and Andrews Primary. The school’s goal is to “Fill the Bus” with as much as it can to help Georgetown students rebuild their schools, homes, and community. Currently, the items needed most are:

Foam cups/bowls, plates, and napkins
Toilet paper, Paper Towels, and Plastic cutlery
Cleaning gloves and sponges
Bath/hand towels and wash clothes
Soup/ canned goods
Mac and Cheese
Deodorant, tooth brushes and toothpaste
Hand soap and Shampoo
Laundry detergent
Socks, Blankets, and Clothes

The goal is to to fill the bus and deliver the items on Monday, October 26.  If you would like to help contact St. James High School at 843-650-5600.


Comments are closed.