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Medical volunteers sought for back-to-school blitz

FARGO - Legacy Children's Foundation, a Fargo nonprofit group that works to help children graduate from high school, is seeking physicians, optometrists, dentists and shoe fitters to volunteer for its Back to School Blitz from Tuesday, Aug. 1, th...

FARGO - Legacy Children's Foundation, a Fargo nonprofit group that works to help children graduate from high school, is seeking physicians, optometrists, dentists and shoe fitters to volunteer for its Back to School Blitz from Tuesday, Aug. 1, through Thursday, Aug. 3, at the foundation, 725 28th St. N.

The event aims to provide general health exams, physicals and other services to over 60 Legacy middle and high school students in the Fargo area so they can participate in fall sports and extracurricular activities.

Volunteers can come at times that best fit their schedules. The event is not open to the general public. Tax-deductible donations are accepted by calling Annie Prafcke at (701) 799-3202 or emailing legacychildrensfoundation2@gmail.com .

The foundation is also collecting donations of 2-inch, 3-ring binders, 3-ring pencil pouches and backpacks for teens. Supplies can be dropped off from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the foundation.

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