'Novel' Community Support Project Nets Truckload of Books

March 2004
Sea Power;Mar2004, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p50
Reports on the collaboration between the Bremerton-Olympic Peninsula Council and a group of master's degree students at Seattle University in Seattle, Washington, in collecting books for the council's service members and their families in the area and at sea. Gathering of thousand of books in just three weeks; Trace of the project's history; Delivery of the books to the Naval Station Bremerton.


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