Children's Book Drive nets over 1000 books

 Underprivileged youth in the area will have more books to choose and read during the holidays.   The 2018 Children’s Book Drive wrapped up this past weekend in Door and Kewaunee Counties by collecting more than 400 books over last year’s total of approximately 600.   Feed My People of Door County Director Stella Huff explains how the books will be distributed before Christmas and into the next year.  



 Over 1,000 books were dropped off the past six weeks at Craig’s Piggly Wiggly in Algoma and Bayside Home Medical in Sturgeon Bay.  The Kewaunee County Food Pantry in Algoma will handle distributing books to children throughout Kewaunee County over the next few weeks.    

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