Laurelton, PA-The Dollar Foundation for Literacy recently awarded the West End Library a $ 500 grant to support summer reading and writing.
This local grant is part of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation’s recent $ 10.5 million donation to support literacy programs for summer, family and adults, and is part of the organization’s 28-year history. Represents the largest daily grant donation.
“I am very pleased to receive this grant, which will be of great help in providing a fun and engaging program for all ages this summer,” said Judy, Children’s Program Coordinator. McLane says.
The Summer Quest Reading Program runs from June 7th to August 7th and provides opportunities for all age groups to promote reading and learning during the summer.
This year’s highlights are face-to-face events such as Trick Dog Class, Pokémon Go, Wonderful World of Bats, Crafts and other STEAM activities. We’ve also added a new 1,000-minute reading challenge…