Altrusa Club and Carnegie Public Library will host an “Authors Make a Difference” Workshop, Saturday, Oct. 24, during the hours of 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
All kindergarten through second grade students are invited to come write your very own book entitled: “__________ Makes a Difference to Me”, at this fun workshop. Editorial assistance, craft supplies, and cookies will be provided. Registration forms are available at the library or you can register the day of the event. Questions? Please call the Carnegie Library Children’s Department at 740-335-2540.
Make A Difference Day, in its 24th year, brings millions of volunteers across the nation together with a common mission – to improve the lives of others. The fourth Saturday of October each year has become the largest national day of community service and a special day to celebrate the power of people to make a difference.
Altrusa has organized a Make A Difference Day project each year for over 15 years. Members volunteer their energies and expertise year-round to community betterment. The Washington C.H. Club has been serving Fayette County for 40 years.