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Monday, January 23, 2006

It's just mere coincidence 


A few minutes after talking about a post on Perplexmi, I decide to add this post about a book giveaway by KB Home. Coincidence? I think so.


Last modified Monday, November 14, 2005 9:10 PM PST

Free books at Frazier

FALLBROOK ---- Students at Frazier Elementary School off Gum Tree Lane were treated to free books Monday afternoon, as all of the school's 540 children took part in a day of reading in honor of "National Children's Book Week."...

The book giveaway was sponsored by KB Home and the staff at Frazier school, and was the first of three such giveaways planned for the 2005-2006 school year. The next one, on March 2, will have a Dr. Seuss theme, [administrator Elva] Hawkins said.

"The third event is in May, and we'll probably have an author visit," she said, adding that the school is going to try to get KB Home to continue with the book program next year.

The developer is nearing the construction phase at Shady Grove, a 101-home neighborhood being built on three sides of Frazier Elementary School.

A variety of floor plans ---- several of which are aimed at attracting young families ---- will go on sale in December, said Amber Turner, director of marketing for KB Home's San Diego area. When the neighborhood is completed, she said, there will be a walkway between it and the elementary school so that parents can walk their children to the campus.

"KB Home is always involved in promoting literacy," Public Relations Director Cameron Triebwasser said. "We're not just about building houses ---- we want to partner with the community, investing in the areas that we build in."

She added, gesturing to the graded lots that will hold homes beginning next year: "The kids who live in those homes will go to this school."



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