CLEVELAND - The Salvation Army and Huntington National Bank are joining forces to provide students with school supplies and backpacks.
Huntington's Back-To-School drive kicks off Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Salvation Army 's Ohio City facility on Clark Road in Cleveland.
Cleveland Indians mascot, Slider, and the Cleveland Cavaliers mascot, Sir CC, will be on-site to help distribute more than 1,700 backpacks to students in need.
The school supplies will be divided evenly amongst the six Salvation Army Corps Centers that serve the Cleveland-area, along with Lorain, Painesville, and Elyria.
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