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PSLS Donates PSLS Book Totes to Cops 'n' Kids Program
Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors’ (PSLS) president, Adam D. Crews, PLS, donated more than 500 PSLS book bags to support the Lehigh Valley Cops ‘n’ Kids Children’s Literacy Program. On behalf of PSLS, he presented the totes to volunteer Beverly Bradley during the Bethlehem Mounted Patrol event at Northampton Community College Fowler Family Southside Center, Bethlehem, Pa., on April 5.
Volunteers from Cops ‘n’ Kids will distribute the bags to elementary school children participating in the program’s Eighth Annual Celebration of Reading on April 26, and PSLS will be listed as a proud sponsor. Keep an eye on the the Cops 'n' Kids Facebook page
for a posting.
The goal of PSLS’ donation is to encourage reading by providing a means for children to collect books and other educational materials from information stations at the various Cops ‘n’ Kids social activities.
“PSLS believes in nurturing educational initiatives that help children strive for academic excellence and have fun in the process,” said Crews, owner of Crews Surveying, LLC, Pipersville, Pa. “The Cops ‘n’ Kids outreach helps teach children to be focused, creative, and thoughtful students and future leaders. In years to come, these young people will enter the workforce, and with encouragement from programs such as Cops ‘n’ Kids, they will be ready to think outside the box and make important decisions for their companies and society.”
Cops ‘n’ Kids is a national nonprofit organization that exists to offer children access to books and the knowledge they provide, positive relationships between children and law enforcement officers, and creative learning opportunities. The organization draws support from a variety of businesses, individuals, schools, and community groups. More information is available at www.copsnkidslv.org
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