Heap the Honda and help advance literacy in Kamloops

Until Jan. 26, the public is encouraged to drop off new and gently used kids’ books at Kamloops Honda, at Kamloops This Week, at the Henry Grube Education Centre, at both libraries, at the Jan. 25 Kamloops Blazers-Spokane Chiefs game at Sandman Centre or at any Bright Red Bookshelf in the city

The 10th annual Heap the Honda Children’s Book Drive was launched on Saturday at Kamloops Honda.

The public is encouraged to drop off new and gently used kids’ books at Kamloops Honda, at Kamloops This Week, at the Henry Grube Education Centre, at both libraries, at the Jan. 25 Kamloops Blazers-Spokane Chiefs game at Sandman Centre or at any Bright Red Bookshelf in the city. Collection continues to Jan. 26, which is the beginning of the eighth annual Interior Savings Unplug and Play Family Literacy Week.

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The books will be used to populate the Bright Red Bookshelves and will be handed out on Jan. 26, during ABC Family Literacy Day at Henry Grube Education Centre.

All the information is on the Literacy in Kamloops website at literacyinkamloops.weebly.com.

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Macey Duhamie and Macy Doll are book lovers. - Allen Douglas

 

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Kamloops councillors Dieter Dudy (left) and Dale Bass helped with Saturday’s Heap the Honda launch. - Allen Douglas

 

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Champions of literacy gather around the truck at Saturday's Heap the Honda event. - Allen Douglas

 

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