Several Organizations Donate Supplies to Latham School

Sarah Rosslan, Cedar Hill Elementary librarian and media specialist, left, presents Latham School Principal Tanya Brown a check for $300 along with approximately 100 boxes of books collected by the Jefferson City Public School District Friday, Feb. 18.

Sarah Rosslan, Cedar Hill Elementary librarian and media specialist, left, presents Latham School Principal Tanya Brown a check for $300 along with approximately 100 boxes of books collected by the Jefferson City Public School District Friday, Feb. 18. Photo by John Inman.

The Jefferson City School District and Friends of the Boonville Public Library donated boxes of books and supplies for the Latham School Friday, Feb. 18. Sarah Rosslan, librarian and media specialist for Cedar Hill Elementary School, which is part of the Jefferson City Public School (JCPS) District said the JCPS Library Department (k-12) held book donation drives at the various schools for gently used paperback and hardback books and delivered approximately 100 boxes of books along with $300 raised by an elementary school in the JCPS district as part of its CharacterPlus service project. The Friends of the Boonville Public Library also donated 30 boxes of books as well.

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Approximately 100 boxes of books and cd's were transported and donated to the Latham School Friday, Feb. 18.

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Volunteers load boxes of books from Jefferson City Public School District, right, and Friends of the Boonville Public Library, left, into Latham School's temporary library.

For more of this story check out the Feb. 23 issue of the California Democrat.

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