Fighting Lead with LiteracyFighting Lead with Literacy
 
February 1 - 25
 
The Flint Water Crisis is a humanitarian tragedy. Allegan County is joining the effort to support the children of Flint by collecting new books. Exposure to lead may create significant learning problems. Providing books is one way to promote literacy and make a difference in the future of Flint children.
 
You can help by donating new books at one of the convenient drop off locations in Allegan County during the month of February. Books will be collected and transported to Flint for distribution to families in need. Financial donations are appreciated with checks made out to AAESA. (Memo-Books for Flint)
 
Book Drop-off Locations
 
AAESA Educational Service Center, 310 Thomas Street, Allegan
Allegan County Area Technical & Education Center, 2891 - 116th Avenue, Allegan
Hillside Learning & Behavior Center, 212 Grove Street, Allegan
Allegan High School, 1560 M-40 North, Allegan
Allegan Alternative High School, 550 Fifth Street, Allegan
L.E. White Middle School, 3300 West 115th Avenue, Allegan
Dawson Elementary, 125 Elm Street, Allegan
North Ward Elementary, 440 River Street, Allegan
Pine Trails Elementary, 2950 Center Street, Allegan
West Ward Elementary, 630 Vernon Street, Allegan
Hopkins Public Schools Central Office, 400 Clark St, Hopkins
Martin Public Schools, 1556 Chalmers Street, Martin
Barnes & Noble, 6134 S Westnedge Ave, Portage
Barnes & Noble, 4370 Miller Rd Unit E-10, Flint 
Otsego Public Schools Administration Building, 400 Sherwood St., Otsego
Alamo Elementary, 8184 N. 6th St., Kalamazoo
Dix Street Elementary, 503 Dix St., Otsego
Washington Street Elementary, 538 Washington St., Otsego
Otsego Middle School, 540 Washington St., Otsego
Otsego High School, 550 Washington St., Otsego
Wayland Union Middle School, 701 Wildcat Drive, Wayland
Allegan District Library, 331 Hubbard Street, Allegan
Shopko, 540 Jenner Dr, Allegan
Beach Paradise108 Chestnut St, Allegan
 
 
 
 
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