Girl Scout Builds a Library for Children with Disabilities


To earn her Girl Scout Gold Award, an 18-year-old
Valhalla, NY High School student collected more than 1,000 books through donations to set up a children's library in her hometown at Easter Seals Project Explore, a center that offers a variety of programs to children with disabilities. Says Rea Davidson, the school nurse at Easter Seals, "I know the kids appreciate it when they open a book and begin reading and enjoying it. She's done a wonderful thing." Read More.


What a wonderful initiative from such a young person! It is nice to see the promotion of reading in the face of so much brain-dead radio and television, such as reality shows which are based on unreality. This young lady is going to become an important community leader in the years to come.

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