BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Expect a crowd at City Hall this weekend.

The City’s annual Back to School Rally is Saturday, and there is a lot more than pencils and books.

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It’s a festival of fun with games, a harvest giveaway and of course the backpacks full of school supplies, which Mayor Jack Young personally helped pack.

“You know it’s a lot of parents who really can’t afford to buy a book bag with supplies in it,” Mayor Young said. “It helps those families provide what their kids need.”

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Last year, more than 3,000 backpacks were distributed, stuffed with spiral notebooks, pocket folders, pens, pencils and more- including the backpack at $25 to $35 retail.

“I want to take a moment to thank all the sponsors and all the people who have been working tirelessly to make this event a success,” Mayor Young said.

The rally sponsors include Family League of Baltimore, CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield, Comcast and BGE.

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You can also get your children immunized by the Baltimore Health Department. Just be sure to bring their current records.