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September 21, 2013

Mobility Plus helps Hilldale Upper Elementary

Employee volunteers from Cherokee-owned Mobility Plus visited Hilldale Upper Elementary School to deliver donated supplies for classrooms in need. The effort was part of a company-wide initiative led by Cherokee Nation Businesses during the month of August to support community schools. Employees donated more than 400 items to the school, including basic student utensils and classroom necessities. The school supply drives were coordinated through the tribe’s Community Impact Team.

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