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HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECEIVES BOOK DONATION
Shiawassee District Library and Kiwanis Clubs Donate Books to the Shiawassee County Health Department
Pictured L to R: Tom Perkin, Linda Perkin/Shiawassee Owosso Kiwanis; Steven Flayer/Director, Shiawassee District Library; Denise Grace/Library Board; Todd Ackerman/Shiawassee Owosso Kiwanis; Larry Johnson/Director, Shiawassee County Health; John Pajtas/Kiwanis Club of Owosso and County Health Board Member; Anne Krueger/Kiwanis Club of Owosso; Nicole Greenway/Shiawassee County Health; Henry Tempel/Kiwanis Club of Owosso and Kate Klawuhn/Mom. Children pictured in front, L to R, Jason Johnson and Ryan Klawuhn and peeking around the table, Audrey Klawuhn./Courtesy photo
The Shiawassee District Library, Kiwanis Club of Owosso and Shiawassee-Owosso Kiwanis Club recently donated 700 children’s books to the Shiawassee County Health Department. These books are utilized for children who receive services at the health department, ranging from immunizations, home visits and Women Infant Children (WIC) services.
“We are very grateful to the Shiawassee District Library and Kiwanis clubs for their generous donation, which helps brighten the day for the children utilizing our services.” says Larry Johnson, Director of the Shiawassee County Health Department.
The Library and Kiwanis Clubs have donated books to the Health Department for the past 19 years. Approximately 13,000 books have been donated.
The Shiawassee County Health Department is located at 110 E. Mack, Corunna, MI 48817, 989-743-2356.
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We've reached out to Chief Chiros for more information.