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Santa Clarita Nonprofit Code Read Donates Books To Children In Need Amid Coronavirus

A Santa Clarita nonprofit, Code Read, continues to give free books to readers as the coronavirus pandemic continues, officials said Tuesday.  Code Read, which was founded in May 2016 by Mackenzie Krestul, is a “fierce” advocate for youth literacy.  Code Read distributes free books to children from low-income families, with a goal to provide every child with an equal opportunity ...

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Eye On The Valley – More Than Just Books – April 9, 2020

Eye on the Valley

Host: Matt Watson Co-Host: Amber Raskin, Founder & Executive Director of iLEAD Schools Topic: More Than Just Books Guests: Kathleen Fredette, Director of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) at iLEAD & SCVi Schools; Shannon Vonnegut, City Librarian; Kristina de Bree, MA, LMFT, EMDR Click Here to Listen! Right Click Here to Download! More Than Just Books — April 9, 2020 On this ...

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Project Books – 2020 Home And Garden Show Vendor

Project Books

If there is one non-profit organization to pay attention to, Projects Books would be one of them. Tablets and smartphones with visual books are more popular than they ever have been, and as a result, the books are being thrown away instead of being kept around. Since 2011, Project Books is here to put an end to books being thrown ...

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Summer Of Reading Book Sale At The Library

The Valencia Library is partnering with the Friends of Santa Clarita Public Library for a summer-reads book drive, where the community is being encouraged to donate books and materials with the hopes of spreading some great summer reads at bargain prices. The sale is set to take place inside the Community Room, where attendees are expected to bring their own ...

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Canyon High School Senior Recognized For Volunteer Work By National Award Program (VIDEO)

Canyon High School senior Jordan Krestul was named a distinguished finalist for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, which annually recognizes the top youth volunteers across the nation, officials said Wednesday. Krestul, a 17-year-old from Canyon Country, is one of nine students to be named a distinguished finalist from the state of California. “It really means a lot to me ...

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Project Books – 2019 Home And Garden Show Vendor

Project Books

Devoted to the free distribution of books in the Los Angeles county, Project Books of the Santa Clarita Valley has worked tirelessly to make sure that no books are discarded in the garbage. With an uncountable amounts of books being thrown away. Their organization hopes to reverse this trend. They work to put used reading materials back in the hands ...

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Santa Clarita Author Announces Early November Book Release Date

Santa Clarita resident and Walt Disney Animation Studios veteran, David Bossert, recently announced his new book Kem Weber: Mid-Century Furniture Designs for the Disney Studios will be available for readers early November. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox. Over the course of his 136-page book entitled Kem Weber: Mid-Century Furniture Designs for ...

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COC Professor To Publish New Young Adult Novel ‘Raven Dock’

Sara Caldwell, Professor at College of the Canyons (COC) and Santa Clarita filmmaker, recently signed a deal to publish her first young adult novel, “Raven Dock.” Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox. The filmmaker has been writing and directing all of her adult life and established a production company ‘House of Gorey ...

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Santa Clarita Public Library Hiring For New Positions As City Moves Operations “In-House”

Old Town Newhall Library To Host Family Literacy Festival

The City of Santa Clarita is wrapping up system-wide hiring for every position at the Santa Clarita Public Library, as the city begins the process of moving operations of the library system “in-house.” Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox. City staff have almost completed the “competitive” hiring process to fill the top ...

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Canyon Country Library To Host Literacy Event Based On Mexican Children’s Day

The Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library is inviting children and their families to participate in their annual Dia De Los Ninos/Dia De Los Libros event, which translates to “Children’s Day/Day of the Books,” on April 28. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox. The event, based on the Mexican holiday to honor ...

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