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Help fill these Bright Red Bookshelves in Kamloops

Kiwanis Club members (from left) Gord Greer, Doug Button, Hanneke Button, Meghan Wade and Denis Kujat join the Cat in the Hat at the Jan. 5 Heap the Honda event at Kamloops Honda. The event launched the book drive, which continues to Family Literacy Day on Sunday, Jan. 27.     -
Kiwanis Club members (from left) Gord Greer, Doug Button, Hanneke Button, Meghan Wade and Denis Kujat join the Cat in the Hat at the Jan. 5 Heap the Honda event at Kamloops Honda. The event launched the book drive, which continues to Family Literacy Day on Sunday, Jan. 27.  
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Bright Red Bookshelves are brightening the winter landscape in Kamloops and are being  filled with free books from the Heap the Honda Children’s Book Drive.

The annual program is intended to promote a love of reading and to circulate new or gently used children’s books in the community.

Bright Red Bookshelves are located at Sahali Centre Mall, Boys and Girls Club of Kamloops, White Buffalo Aboriginal Health Society and Resource Centre, the downtown YMCA-YWCA, Interior Community Services, Secwepemc Child and Family Services Agency, Kamloops Child Development Centre, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Kamloops, Big Little Science Centre, Kamloops Food Bank, Kamloops Immigrant Services and Westsyde Pool.

For more information, call Fiona Clare email her at fionaclare@shaw.ca.

 

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