“Today a Reader, Tomorrow a Leader”, that is so appropriate and ties in perfectly with the missions of Womenade and daniel.
The “reading nooks“ in the Literacy Library make the Womenade Literacy Library a place for our reading volunteers – led by Marty White and the kids to gather monthly.
We have many people/companies to thank for pulling together to do something wonderful for the kids in our community.
This was project was completed with the help and support of Gerry Boeneman, the Division President for Ryland Homes. Once he toured the Residential Treatment Center (RTC) he knew he had to help us make the “reading nooks” a reality. Gerry enlisted the help of Brad Parrish of Builder’s First Source, Dave Triasse & Bobby Vallejos with Creative Touch Interiors.
Soon the kids had a place to read the new books that daniel and Womenade supporters have so graciously helped purchase.
The Literacy Library is proud of Marty White a Womenade supporter who is our coordinator for the Literacy Library Project. Marty has a strong background in social work. Marty coordinates monthly readings in the “reading nooks” and the Womenade Reading Volunteer Day.
We continue to accept donations to so we can add to the library. A donation of $24 will purchase a full set of books and with a donation of $50 or more we will put your name on a plaque in the reading nooks!
Donors include Nancy Ingle, Selby Kaiser, Linda McMorrow, Maria Taylor, Kathy Timmons, Rosemary Wheeler, Kristen Brocker, Colleen Blaquiere, Pud English, Christine Levchuck, Kathryn Wardle, Shelby Weikel, Cathy Fortson, Melissa Roby, Dolores Tillisch, Brenda Todd, Kim Arnette, ERA Davis and Linn, Old Republic Home Warranty/ Dolores Foster, Naomi Lumley, Deborah Robb, Kathy and Barry Timmons, Zane A. Swierz, Carol Zingone, Lisa Sawyer, Lisa & Sean McNeil, Deb Eveson, In memory of Gene Whitehurst, Buncome Technologies, Allen Dye & Judy Hicks, Cornerstone Homes, Mary Wight, Jimmy Kelly, “Pud” English, Terrell Holman, Michael Morris, Mattamy Homes, Priscilla Johnson, Elyk Innovations, Betty Taylor, Judy Shea and Leslie Vitel.