Kalles Junior High School student Rachel Dinham is the force behind collecting books to benefit children who may not have the means to buy their own books. The teen, who started the Turn a Page organization, has received more than 2,500 books from donors that are then given to the St. Francis House and Helping Hands House for final distribution.
Kalles Junior High School student Rachel Dinham is the force behind collecting books to benefit children who may not have the means to buy their own books. The teen, who started the Turn a Page organization, has received more than 2,500 books from donors that are then given to the St. Francis House and Helping Hands House for final distribution. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com
Kalles Junior High School student Rachel Dinham is the force behind collecting books to benefit children who may not have the means to buy their own books. The teen, who started the Turn a Page organization, has received more than 2,500 books from donors that are then given to the St. Francis House and Helping Hands House for final distribution. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com

Making a difference one book at time

January 19, 2016 03:20 PM

UPDATED January 26, 2016 03:45 PM

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