Altrusa donates books to sixth graders


Altrusa of Highland County is donating books like these to 577 sixth graders. Every sixth grader in Highland County should receive a new book of their own in January from Altrusa, which continues to promote literacy with the donating of books to the schools and the Little Free Libraries. Anyone wanting to donate books for kids or adults for the Little Free Libraries can drop them off at Tissot’s Home Center in Hillsboro.


Altrusa of Highland County is donating books like these to 577 sixth graders. Every sixth grader in Highland County should receive a new book of their own in January from Altrusa, which continues to promote literacy with the donating of books to the schools and the Little Free Libraries. Anyone wanting to donate books for kids or adults for the Little Free Libraries can drop them off at Tissot’s Home Center in Hillsboro.

Altrusa of Highland County is donating books like these to 577 sixth graders. Every sixth grader in Highland County should receive a new book of their own in January from Altrusa, which continues to promote literacy with the donating of books to the schools and the Little Free Libraries. Anyone wanting to donate books for kids or adults for the Little Free Libraries can drop them off at Tissot’s Home Center in Hillsboro.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_Altrusa-Books-pic.jpgAltrusa of Highland County is donating books like these to 577 sixth graders. Every sixth grader in Highland County should receive a new book of their own in January from Altrusa, which continues to promote literacy with the donating of books to the schools and the Little Free Libraries. Anyone wanting to donate books for kids or adults for the Little Free Libraries can drop them off at Tissot’s Home Center in Hillsboro.
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