Dolly Parton Imagination Library program expands readership

Organizers of the Dolly Parton Imagination Library are responding to an increase in demand locally and will be expanding the readership area for the three-year-old program.

After a number of requests, the literacy program has expanded to children five years old and under living at residences with postal codes beginning with V4A, V4B and V4P.

Those who are eligible will receive a free book each month from the Dolly Parton Foundation.

To sign up, a registration form must be filled out by parents and dropped off at Sources Community Resources Society, 882 Maple St. in White Rock. Books will begin to arrive within eight weeks.

For information, call Clifford Grant at 604-542-0170 or email



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