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Peach State partners with Savannah-Chatham Schools to give away school supplies

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SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

Peach State Health is partnering with Savannah-Chatham Schools when it comes to getting students ready for the beginning of school. 

The Mobile Market truck is distributing free school supplies on Tuesday and Wednesday. They headed out to Savannah High Tuesday afternoon, where a bunch of kids got new gear for the upcoming year. One of Peach State's representatives says it's all about giving back to the community. 

"Peach State cares about the communities we serve, and what better way to give back to the community and our children who are going back to school this year," said Dr. Gary Silvers, Community Relations Representative. 

Wednesday, you can find Peach State Health at Pulaski Elementary and Beach High School from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. 

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