New at Five: From trash totreasure, unwantedbottle caps are helping one Franklin County school buynew equipment. WDBJ7's Franklin County reporterFrankie Jupiter shows us how they are paying it forward.When there wasn't enough money for new P.E. equipment for special needsstudents at Franklin County High School, they turned to these. Coke product bottle caps. That campaign wasfantastic. What we've done is collected from thecommunity; people have been graciousat the school to donate at their caps. We type them in and had over a 125- thousand pointsworth of equipment.Its equipment that made all thedifference for specialneeds students in Coach Jamie Wright's class.To see their face light up, and the smiles and thegrinds and excitement just from new equipment andPE stuff it's priceless.After new equipment was brought in lastyear from caps for a cause, well the caps keptcoming in, so organizers decided tospread the wealth to other classes at the school. We and cook, wesocialize and playgames so students were able to get games liketrouble. It's a way of getting special needs students to interactmore. But just when you though paying it forward stopped here at the school guessagain. We've been blessed;we've been blessed beyond belief with freeequipment and stuff so we decided as acommunity and as a group to collectively pay it forward and giving back to other people.Last year after hearing about thedevastating tornado damage in Moore, Oklahoma,the school sent P.E. equipment to aschool there, and the caps continued to pour in.In January, a fire destroyed ColonialBeach Elementary inWestmoreland County. Franklin County knew they just had to help. Other people helpedus, other peoplebless us. So we figured it was time to give back to other communitiesand other people across the county In Franklin County, Frankie Jupiter wdbj7.