On Wednesday, April 10th, Domino C-Stores presented Clinton High School with a donation of $5,216. This is the company’s sixth donation for their Fueling the Classroom Program, an ongoing program to benefit all communities within the Domino C-Stores service area.
“Thanks to the generosity of Domino C-Stores, Clinton High School artists will have the amazing opportunity to create beautiful oil paintings on canvas in the style of Bob Ross, something they will be able to showcase with pride for years to come,” said one Clinton High School art teacher Joy Badillo.
Clinton High School’s second art teacher Brandi Wilson added, “We are beyond grateful and excited for this opportunity to learn new techniques using nice materials.”
Both teachers regularly hunted for disposed cardboard boxes so the students had materials for their painting projects each year.
“Purchasing fuel helps change lives one gallon at a time,” stated Valerie Teal, manager at Domino #119. “Every little bit helps these students tremendously.
As part of Fueling the Classroom, Domino C-Stores is donating one penny per gallon of fuel sold at all Domino locations all day every Wednesday. Domino has donated over $30,000 to local schools since the start of the program in October.
A new school will be selected to receive a donation each month. Schools can be nominated on the company’s website at dominocstores.com/fuelingclass. Voting then takes place on social media.
You can vote on the recipient of the April donation on the Domino C-Stores Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram beginning Monday April 15th.