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2nd Annual Daggett Shuler Free Backpack Program Helps Local Students Get Their School Year Off to a Strong Start!

The 2nd Annual Daggett Shuler Backpack Program provided a free, brand new backpack and essential school supplies to over 250 local students across five different elementary schools in the Piedmont Triad. For the second year in a row, this community initiative helped ease the financial burden of the back-to-school season for many students.

The Daggett Shuler Backpack Program was once again a huge success thanks to the support of our friends at the Winston-Salem Police Department. Winston-Salem Chief of Police Barry Rountree and several other Winston-Salem Police Officers joined attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler as they visited each elementary school to deliver backpacks and school supplies.

This wonderful community program would not be possible without Chief Rountree and the Winston-Salem Police Department. We would like to once again thank them for their support, as well as everything they do to help keep our community safe.

Attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler recently appeared on Triad Today with Chief Barry Rountree to discuss the 2nd Annual Daggett Shuler Free Backpack Program. David, Griff and Chief Rountree discussed the goal of this important community initiative, as well as what it means to help young people in the Piedmont Triad get their school year off to a strong start.

You can watch the entire video below:

For more information about the Daggett Shuler Backpack Program, call us today at 336-724-1234.

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