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One for Books

Posted by Laura Losch on September 30, 2008

I hope you saw me on the Knightly news this morning – if not, I’ll tell you right now what I said this morning. We are collecting change in the media center to purchase books for children in Hall County who can not afford to buy a book. I’ll take change a plenty, but if you give me “one” (a dollar) you can fill out a donation card with your name and a “shout out” to someone and we’ll paste them on the front doors of the media center.

Angel M. was in the media center first period today and became the first person to give “one” (a dollar). Thank you Angel! He was even generous enough to pose for a picture.

So I challenge all of you out there – put your money where my cowboy container’s mouth is! In other words – bring me your change. Even pennies can help make a difference!

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