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Collecting books for Black History Month


Last updated 2/10/2022 at 11:54am

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Snohomish County CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates for Children) and the Edmonds Rotary purchased 175 books relating to and supporting Black History Month for distribution. The project is a partnership with CASA, Rotary and Edmonds Bookshop. From left: Rotary president Maggie Peterson; CASA coordinator Joelle Kelly; Garnet Parish CASA volunteer for literacy project, CASA project coordinator Diane Buckshnis; Rotary treasurer Libby Freese; Edmonds Bookshop owner Michelle Bear, marketing specialist Lisa White; and legal assistant Zachary Anderson.


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