ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Lots of Albuquerque students without homes will be prepared to hit the books later this summer.
The Viejitos Car Club hosted the Sylvia's Angels Back to School Drive from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the Joy Junction Homeless Shelter in southeast Albuquerque.
Some people donated pens and paper, others donated clothes.
"We plan on doing this every year. It's called Sylvia's Angels on behalf of my mother-in-law. She passed away in January of cancer and we just wanted to get the awareness out there. She was always about the kids and bettering themselves," Fabian Garcia said. "We don't ever want to stop, either. We want to keep her legacy strong."
According to Sylvia's Angels, New Mexico has the third highest number of homeless children in the country.
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A Sheriff's Deputy who was fired for forging a certificate of completion for a training course she did not complete caught a break from the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board.