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Fallbrook Woman's Club presents books to Child Development Center

FALLBROOK – Over the past twenty one years, as an annual Christmas tradition, ESO (Epsilom Sigma Omicron) a reading sorority of the Fallbrook Woman’s Club, has collected and presented over twenty-six hundred books to the children at the Fallbrook Child Development Center. This year, the women collected over one hundred books ranging from picture books for toddlers, to fairy tales, nursery rhymes, Christmas poems, and contemporary and familiar stories of childhood.

The books were presented to the children by club members Joan Krupczak, chairwoman of ESO, Lois Lee and Ayn Bryant. Each child is given two books to take home. The other books remain in the Center’s library to be used daily in learning projects.

The Fallbrook Child Development Center, headed up by director Reva Reese, is a non-profit operation administered by a volunteer board of directors from the Fallbrook community. It serves low-income, employed parents by providing quality care for children one through five years of age. The Center’s mission statement is to offer “a safe and nurturing place for children… one that provides educational and cultural experiences for mental and emotional growth.” That mission statement reflects the motto of ESO, “to enlighten our pathway.”

 

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