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Door County Imagination Library reaches 1,100 children

Door County Imagination Library reaches 1,100 children

Since the Door County Imagination Library program first sent out books to their subscribers in 2019, the number of kids reached has grown exponentially. The program provides a free book every month to children from birth through age five who are registered with the program. The books received by the child are age-appropriate and something the child will enjoy. The Imagination Library is a program within the Door County Partnership for Children and Families, from United Way of Door County. Chad Welch, the Imagination Library coordinator, says the response seen from the community since the beginning of the program has been highly positive.



Although the program is reaching many children within Door County, there is still room for more. If you are interested in registering your child for this program, you can find a paper registration form at the United Way office or, you can sign your child up through the Door County Parents website. You then have the option to take a short pre-registration survey before being led to the registration page. After you fill out the registration form, you will begin to receive books by the second month after completion. If you are interested in more information or making a donation you can reach Chad Welch at

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