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TOWN OF MIAMI LAKES NEWS
243px-All-America City LogoThe Miami Lakes Branch Library, in partnership with The Children’s Trust Read to Learn Books for Free Program, held a special reading circle in celebration of language arts and music. Special presenters included Miami Lakes Town officials Mayor Manny Cid and Councilman Luis Collazo who read and brought their favorite children’s stories to life.The Children’s Trust Read to Learn Books for Free program collects books for children and parents in need throughout Miami-Dade County and distributes them to 40 different locations. Residents were encouraged to bring new and gently used children’s books to the library to donate to the program.
For Immediate Release
August 15, 2017
Contact: Nicole Singletary
Tel: 305-364-6100
E-mail:  singletaryn@miamilakes-fl.gov
 
Town Councilmen Bring Story Books Alive At Local Children’s Reading Circle

Miami Lakes, FL -The Miami Lakes Branch Library, in partnership with The Children’s Trust Read to Learn Books for Free Program, held a special reading circle in celebration of language arts and music. Special presenters included Miami Lakes Town officials Mayor Manny Cid and Councilman Luis Collazo who read and brought their favorite children’s stories to life.

The Children’s Trust Read to Learn Books for Free program collects books for children and parents in need throughout Miami-Dade County and distributes them to 40 different locations. Residents were encouraged to bring new and gently used children’s books to the library to donate to the program.

For more information about the Miami- Dade Public Library System’s Reading Circles or Read to Learn Books for Free Program, please call (305) 822-6520. 

 

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