Posted on July 30, 2020 at 4:21 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit all of us in some way, and has been particularly brutal on certain segments of the population.
So we’re happy to hear — and share news — of citizens working to help one another through tough times.
Specifically, four local bookstores in upstate New York have launched a program to deliver books to children in need, according to TV station News 10.
The four stores operating the Lunchbox Books program — The Book House, Market Block Books, Open Door Bookstore, and I Love Books — are themselves no strangers to economic hardship.
So they’re asking the community to pitch in and connect children receiving free meals through a summer program with books from their stores.
Read more about the Lunchbox Books program on News 10’s website.
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