Domtar donates school supplies


Domtar donated school supplies to Miami Trace and Washington City Schools Tuesday. Employees of Domtar donated supplies and the company matched or exceeded those donations. (l-r); Chuck Ward, Earth Choice ambassador; Tom Bailey, Superintendent of Washington City Schools, Ryan Olaker, rewinder manager and quality manager at Domtar and an Earth Choice ambassador; Kyle Breiner, Earth Choice ambassador; Ryan Davis, Principal of Miami Trace Elementary School and Nicole Fatica-Mavis, Assistant Principal of Miami Trace Elementary School. Domtar, located on Lowes Boulevard, is a sustainable pulp, paper and personal care company. Among the items donated were crayons, pencils, calculators, notebooks, disinfecting wipes, tissues, reams of paper and other school essentials.

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Domtar donated school supplies to Miami Trace and Washington City Schools Tuesday. Employees of Domtar donated supplies and the company matched or exceeded those donations. (l-r); Chuck Ward, Earth Choice ambassador; Tom Bailey, Superintendent of Washington City Schools, Ryan Olaker, rewinder manager and quality manager at Domtar and an Earth Choice ambassador; Kyle Breiner, Earth Choice ambassador; Ryan Davis, Principal of Miami Trace Elementary School and Nicole Fatica-Mavis, Assistant Principal of Miami Trace Elementary School. Domtar, located on Lowes Boulevard, is a sustainable pulp, paper and personal care company. Among the items donated were crayons, pencils, calculators, notebooks, disinfecting wipes, tissues, reams of paper and other school essentials.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/08/web1_Domtar-donation-.jpgDomtar donated school supplies to Miami Trace and Washington City Schools Tuesday. Employees of Domtar donated supplies and the company matched or exceeded those donations. (l-r); Chuck Ward, Earth Choice ambassador; Tom Bailey, Superintendent of Washington City Schools, Ryan Olaker, rewinder manager and quality manager at Domtar and an Earth Choice ambassador; Kyle Breiner, Earth Choice ambassador; Ryan Davis, Principal of Miami Trace Elementary School and Nicole Fatica-Mavis, Assistant Principal of Miami Trace Elementary School. Domtar, located on Lowes Boulevard, is a sustainable pulp, paper and personal care company. Among the items donated were crayons, pencils, calculators, notebooks, disinfecting wipes, tissues, reams of paper and other school essentials. Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald