Trinity conducts book drive

Trinity Key Club students  collect and distribute books as part of the Pee Dee Book Project’s mission to give books to the impoverished in this area. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The Trinity Collegiate School Key Club partnered with local nonprofit organization Pee Dee Book Project to conduct a book drive. The Key Club is the school’s chapter of the nationwide community service organization. All students had the opportunity to donate new or gently used books and other reading materials. The Pee Dee Book Project is solely operated by Trinity Collegiate School juniors Cooper Poston, Eloise Hupfer and Dylan Odin. The books that were collected will be distributed to impoverished members of our community to further implement Pee Dee Book Project’s mission of increasing children’s access, throughout our region, to books and other educational materials, promoting childhood literacy and a love of learning, and creating South Carolina’s well-rounded citizens of tomorrow. “Trinity has always emphasized the importance of community service, as well as the value of education,” stated associate director and treasurer Cooper Poston. “Pee Dee Book Project is a product of that mindset.” Pee Dee Book Project will continue partnering with TCS Key Club to host book drives and further donations.

Author: Stephan Drew

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