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Pittsburgh Teachers Union Provides 40,000 Books to Students

Pittsburgh Teachers Union Provides 40,000 Books to Students

On Saturday, Feb. 15, the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers (an affiliate of the AFT) will be distributing 40,000 free books for Pittsburgh Public School students as part of the First Book program. First Book is designed to provide access to new books for children in need. 

Volunteers have been sorting and preparing to distribute the books all week, and students will start receiving the books tomorrow. Books are being given to students of all grade levels, beginning at 9 a.m.

There is still time for volunteers to sign up. For more information, email Eric Rosenquist or call 715-864-2771. 

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