Drive through book drop off on Saturday for Rotary book sale

Bring book donations and have them unloaded for you this Saturday at the Campbell River Common parking lot.

The Campbell River Rotary Club wants your book donations!

Load up your car with the books you were going to donate to the annual Rotary book sale and drive down to the Campbell River Common parking lot this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You don’t even have to get out of your car, the Rotarians will unload your book donation for you.

This Saturday’s event is the kick off to the donation and collection phase of the Rotary Club of Campbell River’s Sept. 10 and 11 book sale. Starting on Monday there will be book drop-off bins at Quality Foods, Thrifty Foods, Discovery Foods, the Campbell River Mirror and the Drop-in Seniors Centre.

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