Literacy fundraising campaign approaches

!Local business and community leaders, along with some college athlete star power, are gearing up for the upcoming Reach a Reader campaign next week on Oct. 9th. The Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy is partnering with Black Press, the Daily Townsman and the Kootenay Advertiser to raise funds for literacy programs in the community. Pictured above: Heidi Romich (the Heidout) councillor Sharon Cross, mayor Wayne Stetski, Jason Wheeldon (Royal LePage East Kootenay), Lisa Barnes (Max’s Place), Karen Johnston (Daily Townsman), Katherine Hough (CBAL) and members of the men’s and women’s College of the Rockies Avalanche volleyball teams. - Trevor Crawley photo
  • posted Oct 1, 2014 at 3:00 PM

:ocal business and community leaders are volunteering for the Reach a Reader literacy fundraising campaign next week.

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