Reach a Reader hits Grand Forks; buy a paper, help literacy programs

Grand Forks Border Bruins players, Gazette staff and city councillors are hard at work selling papers

Helping raise money for literacy programs for Reach a Reader Day are (from left) Chuck Bennett

Grand Forks Border Bruins players, Gazette staff and city councillors are hard at work selling papers and raising money to help Community Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL) and their many programs for children and adults as well with the Reach a Reader campaign.

They will be at the Gazette office (by CIBC) in downtown Grand Forks and at Overwaitea until 5 p.m. (Wednesday, Oct. 10). Be sure to come out a show your support.

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