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Clifford the Big Red Dog helps kick off book drive

May 18, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry Elk County Rural Reading Project book drive organizer Deanna Meyer, Dickinson Center, Inc. Children's Prevention Services' Parents as Teachers educator receives a donation of books from Clifford the Big Red Dog, the program's mascot, on Friday evening during the program's kickoff movie night event held at South St. Marys Street Elementary School. Books for children ages birth to five are being collected which will be distributed by the program's Literacy Express van.
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