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GARDEN CITY— Assistance League of Boise’s Teen Retail Program is again providing new school clothes to Ada County middle and high school homeless students. Program organizers say they hope to help dress 1,100 kids this school year.

Since 2015, Assistance League of Boise has worked closely with the school districts to identify students in need of clothing. The growing population in Ada County has led to more students in need of this resource, and this year the organization increased their student count by 100. Working with their retail partner JCPenney the students can have a shopping experience in a safe environment for all participants.

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