Rim Literacy Offers Chance To Buy A Book, Help A Child

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Books can expand your world and visually take your mind to places you’ve never been, completely absorb you in the mystery, thrill and adventure of make-believe or transport you to the reality of days gone by.

Rim Country Literacy hopes to share that experience — and raise a little money to help kids at the Rim Country Literacy Program’s Annual Used Book Sale.

The sale is one of RCLP’s major fund-raising events. It will be from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 17 in the Walmart parking lot on North Beeline Highway.

Browsing is free and prices are reasonable.

The public is invited to peruse an ample selection of mysteries, murders, mayhem, romance and adventure. The event will feature a large selection of children’s books, how-to books, educational material and a wide variety of hardbound and paperbacks to choose from.

Proceeds from this sale support the Rim Country Literacy Program, which offers Adult Basic Education, Family Literacy, and English as a Second Language and GED/pre-GED Training.

For more information, contact RCLP at (928) 468-7257.

To donate books (no periodicals, Reader’s Digest condensed books or National Geographics), please bring them to 8089 W. Longhorn, C-14.

The RCLP facility is open from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday.

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