Elementary Students, Teachers Begin School Year With Supplies Donated By BASF

Monday, August 28, 2017
From left, Robert Gagliano (BASF site director), E’tienne Easley (OKE Family Partnership specialist), LaFrederick Thirkill (OKE principal), Tyler Chamblin (BASF project engineer and Back to School Supply Drive leader), Jack Jones (BASF team eader), William Thomas (BASF operations manager), Chuck Defriese (BASF engineering specialist) and Kathy Loeffler (BASF admin associate)
From left, Robert Gagliano (BASF site director), E’tienne Easley (OKE Family Partnership specialist), LaFrederick Thirkill (OKE principal), Tyler Chamblin (BASF project engineer and Back to School Supply Drive leader), Jack Jones (BASF team eader), William Thomas (BASF operations manager), Chuck Defriese (BASF engineering specialist) and Kathy Loeffler (BASF admin associate)
Orchard Knob Elementary School received a donation of more than $2,000 worth of school supplies including paper, pencils and additional items. This donation was given through a “back to school” supplies drive at BASF, a long-time supporter of the elementary school. 
 

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