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KY is in second place for First Book's 50,000 books

We may be able to move Kentucky ahead of Hawaii. It's a worthwhile effort. Vote early and vote often every day until 11pmCT, September 30, 2009

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

KY is behind in this year's What Book Got You Hooked? Would you please remind everyone to go to First Book, www.firstbook.org , and vote for KY? Vote often, and several time a day.

s/Camilla Shive

Pen has set up quick link for this First Book clickstorm. Adair County KY has won clickstorm contests several times in the past with tremendous support from ColumbiaMagazine.com readers who have worked for worthy causes such as this one. Winning the First Book award has big differences for Kentucky children. For one, we hope you'll re-read First Book makes difference right here in SC Kentucky Please vote, and just like the machine urges you to do in Chicago, vote early and vote often until the close of this campaign, at 11pmCT, Wednesday, September 30, 2009.



This story was posted on 2009-09-25 11:12:01
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