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Sam's Club donates new TVs to Shaw High after burglary

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Sam's Club announced that it will donate seven new High Definition televisions to Shaw High School after burglars broke in and stole several flat screen televisions from the school last month.

They will be presented to Principal Michael Barden during a ceremony.

"Sam's Club is pleased to support Shaw High School as part of our local giving program and community involvement efforts," said Aubrey Morrison, Sam's Club Manager. "Through this donation, we are hopeful that the students of Shaw High will be able to continue to learn and prepare for their future."

About Sam's Club Giving

Sam's Club Giving supports community-based programs that empower young people, families and small businesses to make smart choices that lead to healthy and bright futures. In 2011, the Sam's Club Giving Program made cash and in-kind contributions of more than $101 million, which included donating more than 38 million meals. Visit SamsClub.com/giving for more information.

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