From right, Belk employees Morgan Waters, Maricela Corral and Amber Godwin paint 20 small canvases for an educational wall hanging at Beaufort Elementary School. Numerous Belk employees were on hand at to give the school a 'facelift' from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday. The department store is celebrating its 125th anniversary with 125 days of service, dedicated to improving Title 1 schools in low-income communities. Belk employees spent the morning painting classrooms, building bookcases, beautifying school grounds, planting gardens, updating playgrounds and installing educational murals. Employees are also organizing in-store book drives and offering school principals personal makeovers with up to $300 in donated merchandise, clothing and makeup.
From right, Belk employees Morgan Waters, Maricela Corral and Amber Godwin paint 20 small canvases for an educational wall hanging at Beaufort Elementary School. Numerous Belk employees were on hand at to give the school a 'facelift' from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday. The department store is celebrating its 125th anniversary with 125 days of service, dedicated to improving Title 1 schools in low-income communities. Belk employees spent the morning painting classrooms, building bookcases, beautifying school grounds, planting gardens, updating playgrounds and installing educational murals. Employees are also organizing in-store book drives and offering school principals personal makeovers with up to $300 in donated merchandise, clothing and makeup. Jay Karr
From right, Belk employees Morgan Waters, Maricela Corral and Amber Godwin paint 20 small canvases for an educational wall hanging at Beaufort Elementary School. Numerous Belk employees were on hand at to give the school a 'facelift' from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday. The department store is celebrating its 125th anniversary with 125 days of service, dedicated to improving Title 1 schools in low-income communities. Belk employees spent the morning painting classrooms, building bookcases, beautifying school grounds, planting gardens, updating playgrounds and installing educational murals. Employees are also organizing in-store book drives and offering school principals personal makeovers with up to $300 in donated merchandise, clothing and makeup. Jay Karr

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