INDIANAPOLIS -- Kroger Co.'s commitment to education and its community focus are exemplified by its work with a public elementary school in one of this city's low-income communities. The local Kroger division has "adopted" Daniel Webster School #46, providing a wide range of resources to help the students improve their attendance and their academic performance. The School 46 project was started in 1985 by a single store manager, Bob Colbey, "and it just developed from there," said Jeff ...

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