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Books are treats for Halloween

Literacy Link - Leamos (LLL)  is collecting outgrown nicely used children's books to give out at Halloween related events.    Books Are Treats  !!    

Do you still have nicely used books from when YOUR children were younger?   Outgrown books can become a treat to younger children in other families.   If you are happy to donate outgrown books, please do -
    *  Keep some and give them to trick or treaters as Treats on Halloween;  OR
         * Take the outgrown books to your elementary school for LLL to collect and give to other families/organizations to use on Halloween;  OR
    * Take them to collection boxes at places listed below and LLL will collect them there.

You may drop off donated books at these places:
    AmBank at 1609 N. Swan Street      9-5 Monday to Friday and 9-1 Saturday
    Carson Insurance at 19th and Swan      9-5 Monday to Friday
    Mimbres Region Arts Council  in Wells Fargo Bank building
        at 12th and Pope  9:30-4:30  
    Red Barn restaurant on Highway 180  east of Swan Street   11 am - 9 pm     
    Smith Real Estate and Property Management  next to the public library
        505 W. College Avenue     8:30-5:00 Monday to Friday
    Western Bank on south side of Highway 180   to west of Little Walnut Road
        8:00-5:00 Monday to Friday
    
Literacy Link - Leamos will distribute the books to groups having Halloween-related activities for children and to anyone who would like to give books as treats on Halloween.  Call if you need us to pick up your donated books or if you want books for your Halloween-related activity.   

Thank you for helping with this project to show children that Books Are Treats.   
           Literacy Link - Leamos        388-0892


NOTE:   This program is sponsored by Literacy Link - Leamos and  not  by the Silver schools. 

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