Thank you, Enumclaw Schools Foundation

With the grant we were awarded we were able to purchase books for 20 students.

The Sunrise Elementary library would like to extend our gratitude to the Enumclaw Schools Foundation for their generous grant which enabled us to continue our lunch time book club.

With the grant we were awarded we were able to purchase books for 20 students. They had engaging discussions about those books and participated in fun activities related to what they read. It has been very rewarding watching kids get excited about reading.

Thank you Enumclaw Schools Foundation.

Hannah Kilcup

Sunrise Elementary, Enumclaw

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