Book Drive

"Reading is a basic tool in the living of a good life." - Joseph Addison

Yes, we’re starting a Book Drive! Walk around your house, empty your closets and drawers and gather up those books you’re no longer reading.  Books of all genres are appreciated!  All books (new and gently used) will go to SHIM (South Hills Interfaith Ministries) for families in need.

We need books for Children and Adults!

 

Location:

The donation box is in the youth lounge

Dates:

The drive will last the rest of the school year (mid-June 2016).

 

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