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Local businesses support WCRSP book project


Local businesses support WCRSP book project
WCRSP members Beth Price, Beverly Moltz, Pris Kincaid, and Bonnie Rice decorate donation cans to support the Children’s Book Project.


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Angelica’s Mexican Food, Jack’s Café, Jalisco Taqueria, Olivia’s Mexican Restaurant, Wilson County Public Library, and the Wilson County News, as well as members of the First Methodist and First Baptist churches, all in Floresville; Classic Hair Design and Sylvia’s Mexican Restaurant in Stockdale; Wiatrek’s Meat Market in Poth; and the Mesquite Bean Coffee Shop in La Vernia are all institutions in Wilson County that have been supporting the efforts of WCRSP (Wilson County Retired School Personnel) with the Children’s Book Project sponsored by the Texas Retired Teachers Association. . . .

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