Next Wednesday, August 25 is the first day of school for K-12 students in Manhattan, Montana. Getting kids ready for back to school comes with a lot of stress for parents. You have to go shopping for clothes, school supplies, and make sure your children are ready to face the challenges of the upcoming school year.

Some parents are excited to send their children back to school, but that isn't the case for all parents. The process of preparing yourself and your child for the upcoming school year can oftentimes be hectic.

Ravyn Elizabeth Dighans owns Camp Creek Coffee Bar in Manhattan, Montana and never hesitates to help out in the community when she can. Recently, the small town coffee shop was voted one of the Top 3 in Gallatin's Greatest for coffee shops in the Gallatin Valley. A portion of every sale at the Camp Creek Cofee Bar goes into the "Do Unto Others" fund, which is used to help members of the Manhattan community. In the past, the funds have been used to purchase Christmas gifts for families and provide families with free Thanksgiving meals.

Most recently, the business gave away backpacks full of school supplies to local students. With the first day of school right around the corner, Camp Creek Coffee Bar is offering moms a free 16 oz. coffee to alleviate some of the stresses of getting kids ready to back to school. If you're a mom in the Manhattan area, make sure to stop by Camp Creek Coffee Bar (located at 110 W. Main St.) next Wednesday, August 25 and grab a free coffee. You deserve it!

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