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Ronald McDonald House Unveils New Reading Corner

The Kiwanis Club of Springfield Downtown and the Sangamon County Republican Women's Group have teamed up with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois (RMHCCI) to bring a new Reading Corner to the Springfield House. Amanda Brown, Director of the Reading Corners project, has led this initiative, which promises to be a boon for young readers in the community.


Representatives with the Ronald McDonald House said in a Facebook post, that the creation of the Reading Corner at the Springfield House is a significant development that creates an inviting environment that will encourage young minds to dive into the world of books. Representatives also acknowledged the pivotal role played by both community organizations in making this endeavor possible.

The Reading Corner is equipped with bookshelves filled with a diverse array of books, a comfortable rug, and a children's table. It is designed to provide a welcoming and stimulating environment for children to explore the joys of reading.




RMHCCI leaders say they are immensely grateful to the Kiwanis Club of Springfield Downtown and the Sangamon County Republican Women's Group for their support and commend their dedication to promoting literacy and education.


The organizations believe the reading corner will help create a brighter future for the children at RMHCCI by promoting literacy and a love for reading.



Alicia Womack, Dr. Eileen Setti, Amanda Brown, Kelli Gordon, Dianne Barghouti Hardwick, and Cindy Lamar





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