From left to right, Stephany Shackelford, James Castell, Malachi Williams, Phil Castell, Saul Williams, Kelsey Sands, Andrea Wellman and Christy Francis stand in the Castell Insurance office on Aug. 24 after their annual shred event concluded as the Williams brothers hold the money raised. The fundraiser that supports the Boys & Girls Club and their efforts to provide school supplies to students and families in need raised over $9,000 this year. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

From left to right, Stephany Shackelford, James Castell, Malachi Williams, Phil Castell, Saul Williams, Kelsey Sands, Andrea Wellman and Christy Francis stand in the Castell Insurance office on Aug. 24 after their annual shred event concluded as the Williams brothers hold the money raised. The fundraiser that supports the Boys & Girls Club and their efforts to provide school supplies to students and families in need raised over $9,000 this year. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Shred Event raises big money for school supplies

More than $9,000 raised to help Boys Girls Club purchase school supplies

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