CSI and ISU-Twin Falls students work on ‘Read and Feed’ project to benefit Twin Falls elementary students
Posted November 16, 2011
Idaho State University-Twin Falls elementary education students and College of Southern Idaho education students are working together on a service project "Read and Feed" to give Twin Falls elementary students books and snacks on Dec. 9.
The ISU/CSI students are seeking donations of new or gently used books and healthy, non-perishable snacks such as pretzels or granola bars to give to 164 first and second graders at Lincoln Elementary School in Twin Falls.
Donations are requested by December 1. They can be dropped off at the ISU Twin Falls office in the Evergreen Building at CSI or at the CSI Education Office in the Aspen Building at CSI. Donations can be picked up: call 208-736-2101 to arrange a pickup.
On Dec. 9, the college students will present the books and snacks in drawstring backpacks that are decorated with ISU and CSI logos. The college students will also spend time that day reading stories to the children.