Altrusa Literacy donates to Cherry Hill PTO


Recently, Altrusa’s Literacy Committee donated $500 to Cherry Hill PTO for books to help with their reading program. The literacy committee wants to encourage reading for people of all ages. They raise money through a variety of ways, have Little Libraries at the Bloomingburg Town Hall and Good Hope Town Hall. Pictured kneeling are Heidi Robertson and Susan Eckles. Literacy Education of Cherry Hill, standing are Kay Kimmet (Literacy Education), Lauran Perrill and Jenny Arnold (Altrusa representatives) and Katherine Richards (Literacy Education).

Recently, Altrusa’s Literacy Committee donated $500 to Cherry Hill PTO for books to help with their reading program. The literacy committee wants to encourage reading for people of all ages. They raise money through a variety of ways, have Little Libraries at the Bloomingburg Town Hall and Good Hope Town Hall. Pictured kneeling are Heidi Robertson and Susan Eckles. Literacy Education of Cherry Hill, standing are Kay Kimmet (Literacy Education), Lauran Perrill and Jenny Arnold (Altrusa representatives) and Katherine Richards (Literacy Education).


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Recently, Altrusa’s Literacy Committee donated $500 to Cherry Hill PTO for books to help with their reading program. The literacy committee wants to encourage reading for people of all ages. They raise money through a variety of ways, have Little Libraries at the Bloomingburg Town Hall and Good Hope Town Hall. Pictured kneeling are Heidi Robertson and Susan Eckles. Literacy Education of Cherry Hill, standing are Kay Kimmet (Literacy Education), Lauran Perrill and Jenny Arnold (Altrusa representatives) and Katherine Richards (Literacy Education).

Recently, Altrusa’s Literacy Committee donated $500 to Cherry Hill PTO for books to help with their reading program. The literacy committee wants to encourage reading for people of all ages. They raise money through a variety of ways, have Little Libraries at the Bloomingburg Town Hall and Good Hope Town Hall. Pictured kneeling are Heidi Robertson and Susan Eckles. Literacy Education of Cherry Hill, standing are Kay Kimmet (Literacy Education), Lauran Perrill and Jenny Arnold (Altrusa representatives) and Katherine Richards (Literacy Education).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/05/web1_IMG_3337.jpgRecently, Altrusa’s Literacy Committee donated $500 to Cherry Hill PTO for books to help with their reading program. The literacy committee wants to encourage reading for people of all ages. They raise money through a variety of ways, have Little Libraries at the Bloomingburg Town Hall and Good Hope Town Hall. Pictured kneeling are Heidi Robertson and Susan Eckles. Literacy Education of Cherry Hill, standing are Kay Kimmet (Literacy Education), Lauran Perrill and Jenny Arnold (Altrusa representatives) and Katherine Richards (Literacy Education). Courtesy photo