Yes, That Was Trey the Choklit Jok on Your TV This Morning
If you had Channel 10 on this morning and thought you heard a familiar voice, you were right!
Our very own Trey the Choklit Jok spoke with KWTX-TV reporter Rosemond Crown about our 8th Annual Stuff the Bus campaign, which is all about gathering donations of school supplies to benefit kids right here in Central Texas.
Trey's usually behind the mic, but he's not shy about getting in front of a camera, especially when it's for a great cause. (Of course, we had to film him too in case anyone in the B106 family missed the broadcast.)
There are so many kids in Killeen, Belton, and Temple who could use some help preparing for the next school year. It'll bring plenty of challenges, but one challenge no child in our area should have to struggle with is having the basic supplies they'll need to be successful in the classroom.
Aside from families who are on a tight budget due to the mess the COVID-19 pandemic made of the economy and jobs, there are children from crisis situations who may be between homes or staying in shelters right now. They have so much going on in their lives without having to worry about showing up to school without the necessities, but you and I can help ensure that doesn't happen.
Below you'll find a list of school supply donation drop-off locations across Killeen, Belton, and Temple. You'll also find the school supply lists for each district so you'll have an idea of what local kids will need when they enter the classroom this fall.
Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who's donated so far, and to everyone who'll grab a few extra supplies while they're out shopping and visit one of these drop-off locations. We cannot' thank you enough!