Books for Newborns
May 15, 2013 | 380 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
FCE members, who completed 23 handmade, cloth story books recently for the Books for Newborns project, presented one to new parent Jessica Streiff and her son, Seth, at SkyRidge Medical Center. With the new mother and son, standing from left, are Betty Morrow, Jeri Ervin, Barbara Peterson, Sherry Castell, Phylllis Narus, VIrginia Orr, Marsha St. John and Patricia Pierce. To futher promote the importance of reading to young children. a second book is presented to the child at its first birthday. Books for Newborns, a community service project of Bradley County Family and Community Education Clubs, is part of a nationwide effort to improve literacy for children. FCE clubs complete a number of community service projects each year including Books for Newborns.
FCE members, who completed 23 handmade, cloth story books recently for the Books for Newborns project, presented one to new parent Jessica Streiff and her son, Seth, at SkyRidge Medical Center. With the new mother and son, standing from left, are Betty Morrow, Jeri Ervin, Barbara Peterson, Sherry Castell, Phylllis Narus, VIrginia Orr, Marsha St. John and Patricia Pierce. To futher promote the importance of reading to young children. a second book is presented to the child at its first birthday. Books for Newborns, a community service project of Bradley County Family and Community Education Clubs, is part of a nationwide effort to improve literacy for children. FCE clubs complete a number of community service projects each year including Books for Newborns.
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FCE members, who completed 23 handmade, cloth story books recently for the Books for Newborns project, presented one to new parent Jessica Streiff and her son, Seth, at SkyRidge Medical Center. With the new mother and son, standing from left, are Betty Morrow, Jeri Ervin, Barbara Peterson, Sherry Castell, Phylllis Narus, VIrginia Orr, Marsha St. John and Patricia Pierce. To futher promote the importance of reading to young children. a second book is presented to the child at its first birthday. Books for Newborns, a community service project of Bradley County Family and Community Education Clubs, is part of a nationwide effort to improve literacy for children. FCE clubs complete a number of community service projects each year including Books for Newborns.