PHOTOS: Back to school bounty

Jennifer (left) and Adam Tolman of Malheur Drug deliver a box of robotics to Vale High School students and robotics teacher Jim Schaffeld. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

VALE – A change in RadioShack packaging led to Malheur Drug owners Adam and Jennifer Tolman donating a box of programing equipment to Vale High School’s robotics program. The equipment, which is on the sophisticated side, will be used in senior projects and as tools for advanced students according to robotics teacher Jim Schaffeld.

The Tolmans were also able to donate a box of school supplies to Vale Elementary School because of the success of this year’s matching program, where community members buy a sack of school supplies for local students and the store matches the purchase.


Vale Elementary School principal Leo Baptiste, Jennifer Tolman and Adam Tolman stand by the school supply donations from Malheur Drug. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

School supplies donated by Malheur Drug to Vale Elementary School. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

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