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Children's book drive is on through Thursday

By Staff reports
Lawrence Pierce
Mike Bledsoe, a shift supervisor at Children's Home Society's Davis Child Shelter, and Tracy Davis, a foster care worker, load about 1,200 children's books on Tuesday into a vehicle in the loading dock at Charleston Newspapers.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Charleston Gazette's Happy Valentine's Children's Book Drive continues through Thursday. Children's Home Society, along with Read Aloud West Virginia, will be distributing books donated by Gazette readers to children around the state.

New and used children's books for all ages in good, clean condition may be dropped off at the Gazette, 1001 Virginia St. E., Charleston; at any Kanawha County Public Library branch; at the Putnam County Library's main branch; or at any Children's Home Society site.


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