Employees of the E.W. Scripps company raised money for the "Give a Child a Book" campaign, and nearly 400 books were gifted to local students as a result.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - 23ABC gave out books to every kindergarten through third grade student at Frank West Elementary School in honor of #NationalReadingDay #Read23
Over the last few months we've been raising money at 23ABC and the Scripps Howard Foundation, a partner of our company, has matched our donation.
On Monday, January 23, we held a special assembly at the elementary school to celebrate the joy of reading, with a special surprise for the students!
A special guest arrived as students finished reading the book, Clifford's Birthday Party.
That guest was Clifford himself.
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