It’s official thanks to amazing local sponsors, we have set up our first 5 Book Share Boxes around Berks County! Children of all ages will find free books in our re-purposed “Berks Real Estate Weekly” boxes at: Sweet Ride Ice Cream in West Reading Thanks to Katie Broskey, Realtor – Keller Williams The Works Complex […]
Berks County Readers Kids Book Share Update! Take a Free Book Donate Old Books Thanks to our friends at Homecare Solutions, we now have cleaned the old Berks Real Estate Weekly Boxes and are ready to design and print our own stickers so that we can get these boxes set up around town! In the […]
We are continuing our Do It Local Member Missions this summer with a Childrens’ Book Share collaboration program with Teachers in the Parks! Our community is invited to get involved in these 3 simple ways!! Donate old (or new) Childrens’ Books in our boxes that are popping up around town at local business partners! You […]
Do you have a personal connection to cancer? Do you want to be a part of ending this dreadful disease? Are you interested in giving back to your community? The American Cancer Society provides a multitude of services to local cancer patients, caregivers and families touched by cancer in Berks County.
The Summer Zone unofficially started in 2015. Two teachers from Governor Mifflin Intermediate School, Damien Drago and Nick Blatt, offered fun summer learning opportunities over several weeks that summer. They had about a dozen students who came to learn math skills through games and other activities. After the success of their individual program, they partnered […]
Cocktails and Classics is one of Reading Public Library’s premier fundraising events. While attending I had a chance to chat with Colin Waszkiewicz, Owner of the W Financial Group. Besides running his business, Waszkiewicz is a dedicated volunteer at the Reading Public Library.
What once seemed like an impossible dream is quickly becoming reality for the Animal Rescue League of Berks County. It has been only a few months since the ARL Board of Directors voted unanimously for the organization to become a no-kill shelter, and already incredible strides are being made.