Official book drive ends, but books still collected at Comstock Jewelers

Scores of new children's books (far more than pictured here) were donated for Page Ahead and Treehouse through the efforts of the Seattle Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi during the month of March. Collection points in downtown Edmonds were Revelations Yogurt, the Edmonds Bookshop, and Comstock Jewelers. The bookstore gave a 20 percent discount for all books purchased for this endeavor. Revelations donated a $5 gift card and a cup of coffee at their establishment as a drawing prize for donors, and Comstock's donated another drawing winner's choice of one of these necklaces retailing for about $375. Winner of the necklace is Heather Fulmer from Edmonds, with the winning entry drawn here by Jacob Comstock and Sara Nelson. Comstock Jewelers will continue to collect books, which are donated to children in Washington who have no new books in their homes.

Scores of new children’s books (far more than pictured here) were donated for Page Ahead and Treehouse through the efforts of the Seattle Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi during the month of March. Collection points in downtown Edmonds were Revelations Yogurt, the Edmonds Bookshop and Comstock Jewelers. The bookstore gave a 20 percent discount for all books purchased for this effort; Revelations also donated a $5 gift card and a cup of coffee at their establishment as a drawing prize for donors. In addition, Comstock donated — for another drawing winner — the choice of one of these necklaces. Winner of the necklace. valued at $375, was Heather Fulmer from Edmonds, with the winning entry drawn here by Jacob Comstock and Sara Nelson. Comstock Jewelers will continue to collect books, which are donated to children in Washington who have no new books in their homes.

 

 

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