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Knox gets technology grant

SALISBURY ó Knox Middle School has received a $6,250 grant from the BP Fueling Communities Program.
The money will be used to purchase classroom technology such as Promethean Boards, document cameras, Active Expressions and the associated wires.
The school was nominated for the grant by Rusher Oil Co.
Rushco Markets is a Salisbury-based convenience store retailer that distributes BP gasoline in the greater Salisbury area and surrounding counties.
ěAs a BP marketer, we are proud to support such a worthy schoolî said Bobby Rusher of Rushco Markets.
The BP Fueling Communities Program provides grants to local organizations that are nominated by businesses like Rushco Markets, to support the community in which they serve and operate.

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