School starts for many Central Georgia schools in less than two weeks.
While many are grabbing those last few items on their supply list, for other families, shopping is not an option.
Some Warner Robins organizations want to help by hosting the sixth annual Back to School Bash.
About 60 volunteers packed in preparation for the first day of school.
"Last year it took us two hours to pack three thousand book bags," says Sheryl Frazier, one of the organizers. "This year, we broke a record. It took an hour and fifteen minutes to pack five thousand book bags."
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Frazier is with the Warner Robins Housing Authority, which puts on this event. She says it is important for the community.