The Cleveland Rotary Club has many projects that its members work on every year, but one in-particular that means a lot is the Bookcase Project started several years ago by Ron Shipman.  The Bookcase Project benefits local Headstart students in hopes of encouraging them to read and learn to be successful readers.  This year Walmart was gracious enough to help with the purchase of the bookshelves and the books were purchased from Barnes and Noble. There were 18 head start students that were each given their very own bookcase complete with their name on an engraved name plate and 10 books each. 

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