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HUNTINGTON — River Valley Child Development Services recently hosted a book drive for the WV Birth to Three Region 4. 

The event collected 958 children’s books to be used in the River Valley Child Development's Giving Library. The giving library is stocked with new and gently used children’s books which are part of a community donation effort.

River Valley Child Development Services' Parent Partner, Elizabeth Smith, organized the book drive event. The Giving Library program is always collecting new and gently used children’s books. If you are interested in donating, contact Elizabeth Smith at esmith@rvcds.org or 304-635-7580. 

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