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Become a Friend of the One Book, One Community of Monroe County 2017 reading project and
promote the joy of reading to future generations of readers
Reading is an integral part of education. Help promote the joy of reading by becoming a Friend of the
One Book, One Community (OBOC) of Monroe County reading project by sponsoring a book for a
student. You now have the opportunity to make an impact on the lives of others in
Monroe County through reading.
The OBOC committee is asking readers, friends, alumni, and community members
to sponsor a book and make a contribution as a Friend of the OBOC reading project. Each year an easily accessible and relevant book is selected for Monroe County and then a month long series of events and discussions are coordinated in conjunction with the book, author and reading. Students, schools, reading clubs, libraries and partners embrace the book and have relevant dialogue about the topic. A $25.00 gift to this project supplies both a book for a student as well as necessary programming monies for the project.
Mail your donation and printed Friend of OBOC Pledge Form to:
The Foundation at MCCC
1555 S. Raisinville Rd.
Monroe, MI 48161
Download the Friends of OBOC "Join" Form
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Remember to enter “One Book, One Community of Monroe County” in the PURPOSE field
located in the blue shaded area at the top of The MCCC Foundation online donation form.
Many thanks to the following who have contributed to make One Book,
One Community of Monroe County possible in 2017!
Grace Lutheran Church
Mary Kay Hamilton
Ida Branch Library Book Club
Jack and Cheryl Johnston
Terri Kovach and Donald Benore
Edmund La Clair
Vincent and Joanne Maltese
Maybee Branch Library
Kenneth and Susan Miller
John and Marilyn Raymond
Stephen and Rachelle Reed
Eric and Heather Slough
Lloyd and Mary Strevel