Random Acts of Kindness


The Service/Literacy Committee of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., recently brought springtime treats to the staff of Carnegie Public Library as its “Random Act of Kindness.” Each year, each of the local club’s five committees chooses a RAK to reinforce the Altrusa motto of “Leading to a Better Community”; and because literacy is a major focus of the international association, Fayette County’s local library frequently benefits. In fact, the two organizations have begun collaborating on a new literacy project, Little Free Libraries, the first of which will be constructed this summer in Bloomingburg near the town hall. Shown are (l-r) Anne Quinn, Head of Children’s Services; Teresa Combs, chair of Altrusa’s Literacy Committee; Sarah Nichols, Library Director; and Altrusans Teresa Persinger and Sonja Seiler. Not pictured are committee members Jeannie Bihl, Susan Dunn and Janet Martin.


The Service/Literacy Committee of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., recently brought springtime treats to the staff of Carnegie Public Library as its “Random Act of Kindness.” Each year, each of the local club’s five committees chooses a RAK to reinforce the Altrusa motto of “Leading to a Better Community”; and because literacy is a major focus of the international association, Fayette County’s local library frequently benefits. In fact, the two organizations have begun collaborating on a new literacy project, Little Free Libraries, the first of which will be constructed this summer in Bloomingburg near the town hall. Shown are (l-r) Anne Quinn, Head of Children’s Services; Teresa Combs, chair of Altrusa’s Literacy Committee; Sarah Nichols, Library Director; and Altrusans Teresa Persinger and Sonja Seiler. Not pictured are committee members Jeannie Bihl, Susan Dunn and Janet Martin.

The Service/Literacy Committee of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., recently brought springtime treats to the staff of Carnegie Public Library as its “Random Act of Kindness.” Each year, each of the local club’s five committees chooses a RAK to reinforce the Altrusa motto of “Leading to a Better Community”; and because literacy is a major focus of the international association, Fayette County’s local library frequently benefits. In fact, the two organizations have begun collaborating on a new literacy project, Little Free Libraries, the first of which will be constructed this summer in Bloomingburg near the town hall. Shown are (l-r) Anne Quinn, Head of Children’s Services; Teresa Combs, chair of Altrusa’s Literacy Committee; Sarah Nichols, Library Director; and Altrusans Teresa Persinger and Sonja Seiler. Not pictured are committee members Jeannie Bihl, Susan Dunn and Janet Martin.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_AltrusaClubPhoto324.jpgThe Service/Literacy Committee of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., recently brought springtime treats to the staff of Carnegie Public Library as its “Random Act of Kindness.” Each year, each of the local club’s five committees chooses a RAK to reinforce the Altrusa motto of “Leading to a Better Community”; and because literacy is a major focus of the international association, Fayette County’s local library frequently benefits. In fact, the two organizations have begun collaborating on a new literacy project, Little Free Libraries, the first of which will be constructed this summer in Bloomingburg near the town hall. Shown are (l-r) Anne Quinn, Head of Children’s Services; Teresa Combs, chair of Altrusa’s Literacy Committee; Sarah Nichols, Library Director; and Altrusans Teresa Persinger and Sonja Seiler. Not pictured are committee members Jeannie Bihl, Susan Dunn and Janet Martin.
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