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Posted at 11:57 AM ET, 01/24/2011

How to help the Ballou library

By Bill Turque

I've received a bunch of inquiries this morning from people who want to help. Librarian Melissa Jackson says that those interested can make a check payable to:

Friends of Ballou/ Community Foundation of the National Capital Region
Ballou Senior High School
3401 Fourth Street SE
Washington D.C. 20032
ATTENTION: Melissa Jackson

Online credit card donations are accepted Community Foundation of the National Capital Region Web site. Click "Donate Now" at the top of the page. In the drop-down menu, specify "Friends of Ballou." Indicate that it's for the library.

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By Bill Turque  | January 24, 2011; 11:57 AM ET
 
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I thought all of the issues of books and supplies had been cured along with all of the renovated schools buildings.

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