Book drive underway at Idaho Hill

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OLDTOWN ó Idaho Hillís annual Bulldog Bookshelf Book Drive will run through Feb. 26. We are looking for new or gently used childrenís books. The Bulldog Bookshelf gives students another opportunity to take books home and read. Look for the drop off locations at Idaho Hill Elementary, Shopko, Priest River Junior High, Clothing Closet, Priest River Lamanna High School, and Blanchard Inn Restaurant. We appreciate the wonderful community support we have always received in promoting reading at home. Last year our book drive brought in over 600 books for students to enjoy! For more information call 208-437-4227.

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