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Families shop for school clothes during Operation School Bell on Thursday, Dec. 3, at Target in Bellingham, Wash. Operation School Bell is a joint effort between the Assistance League of Bellingham and Target at Bellis Fair Mall to provide clothing to low-income elementary and middle school students in Whatcom County. 1500 students in Whatcom County have received clothing through Operation School Bell so far this year. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
Families shop for school clothes during Operation School Bell on Thursday, Dec. 3, at Target in Bellingham, Wash. Operation School Bell is a joint effort between the Assistance League of Bellingham and Target at Bellis Fair Mall to provide clothing to low-income elementary and middle school students in Whatcom County. 1500 students in Whatcom County have received clothing through Operation School Bell so far this year. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald

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