Stewart Title of Summit County makes book donation to Adopt-a-Family program
Summit Daily staff report
It’s a season of generosity and giving, and Stewart Title of Summit County is in the holiday spirit.
Late last month Stewart Title, a real estate firm located in Breckenridge, donated 100 new children’s books to the local Adopt-a-Family program. The books ranged from infant stories and coloring books through the tween and young-adult genres, in hopes of providing the kids of Summit County with a diversity of new books.
“Studies show that kids who read daily have increased vocabulary, improved concentration and perform better in school overall,” said Gene Osborn of Stewart Title. “The Stewart Title team was excited to contribute to our community’s youth development with this book donation so that the kids of Summit County are able to choose from a variety of books that fit their individual interests.”
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