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Lubbock Parks and Recreation requesting donations for summer E-Reader program

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Lubbock Parks and Recreation is partnering with the Lubbock Public Libraries, South Plains Mall, and the Lubbock Independent School District to provide an E-Reading Program as part of their summer day camps.

They asking the community to donate old e-readers during the month of May to be used as part of the program. 

The e-readers will also be used in Lubbock Parks and Recreation's after school programs after the summer is over.

Drop-off locations include:

  • South Plains Mall Information Desk, 6002 Slide Road
  • Hodges Community Center, 4011 University, 767-3706
  • Lubbock Senior Center, 2001 19th Street, 767-2710
  • Maxey Community Center, 4020 30th Street, 767-3796
  • Parks and Recreation Office, 1611 10th Street, 775-2685
  • Rawlings Community Center, 213 40th Street (40th and Avenue B), 767-2704
  • Simmons Community Center, 2004 Oak Avenue, 767-2708
  • Trejo Supercenter, 3200 Amherst, 767-2705
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