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The Reading Promise and an Impact Grant

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The Reading Promise aims to put a book in the hands of at-risk children. Orange Elks members Trace Weatherford and Will Hare applied and received the Elks National Foundation Impact Grant for $10,000.

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Trace, the committee chairmen, started The Reading Promise provided a book bag and a new book into the hands of at-risk or low-income child in the city of Orange. These are kindergarten through 4th graders from Title 1 Elementary Schools in the Orange Unified School District. The child makes a promise to read and cherish the book. This is the third event that the Orange Public Library has hosted. Our Community Partners.

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The event included the Tackett Service dogs, arts and crafts, face painting, a kids computer area and the kids were encouraged to sing up for a free library card.

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This is a Great Orange Elk event!

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