Dewey’s Going Into the Ugly Cry Already!

Librarian alert! As of 5:00pm ET, we’ve had 48 donors give a total of $2,420! What a fantastic response. That will allow us to buy somewhere around 700 books and reach another 300 families! We’re so thrilled to be working with you all on this project – our Children’s Librarian, Micki Freeny, is all smiles today! I’m also impressed that so many of the contributors...
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We have an anonymous benefactor and it is making pamie kinda hot and bothered.

We have an anonymous benefactor! And she/he has thrown down a challenge! “I’ll donate $300 each to DC Star and Taw Saeng once Dewey is able to raise a combined $2000 from other donors.” Hey, guys! It’s Pamie. Aren’t anonymous donors kinda sexy? I always picture them with monocles and glasses of scotch. That probably says too much about me. I wanted to thank you for...
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How We Found the DC STAR Program

Well, the DC Rollergirls are cool like that, and reached out to Pamie with the following letter: Pamie – My name is Paula Brantner, otherwise known as Rock Clobster or Claw of the DC Rollergirls. I met you in 2010 when members of DCRG joined you for your book tour appearance for Going in Circles. I loved the book and found that it inspired me to continue skating until my skills were strong...
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What You Gave!

Did you just do something good? We’re so proud of you! Please boast about your heroic efforts here. Tell us what you gave, why you gave it, and where you did your boasting. I mean, you have to brag about it. It’s kind of the coolest thing you could do today. We can’t wait to find out what awesome surprise awaits you. Wait, you do know about the Karmic power of Dewey, don’t you? ...
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About the D.C. Library STAR Drive

The DC Rollergirls reached out to Dewey to ask if we could partner up to sponsor their local public library. The DCPL was thrilled to hear from us, and asked if we could help with their children’s literacy program STAR – “Sing, Talk and Read” About the DC Public Library’s STAR Program Last year, less than half of DC’s third-graders were shown to be proficient readers. The DC...
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About Taw Saeng

Taw Saeng (that’s Thai for “to shine”) is a children’s ministry project of The Garden of Hope. Located in Chiang Mai city, Thailand, their children’s ministry center is on Loi Kroh Road in a very busy bar/massage parlor district near the night bazaar. Taw Saeng reaches out to displaced tribal children who were reduced to selling flowers in bars. Several have been...
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