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CMC society collecting books bound for Latin America

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Between April 27 and May 10, Colorado Mountain College Phi Theta Kappa students will conduct a campus textbook drive to benefit Worldfund (www.worldfund.org), a non-profit organization seeking to transform lives in Latin America through high quality education. Phi Theta Kappa, the honor society of the two-year college, is pleased to work with the Worldfund book drive to collect used college-level books in green-and-white “Book Drive” collection bins located at CMC in Breckenridge, 103 South Harris Street and CMC in Dillon, 333 Fiedler Avenue. Donations of college textbooks published from 2002 to 2008 will be collected by Phi Theta Kappa and shipped to the Better World Books. Sorry, children’s books and paperback novels cannot be accepted at this time. For more information contact Marsha Arzy, chapter co-advisor or Amanda Buhalis, chapter co-president at (970) 468-5989.


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