McKayla Dingess, 8 (center) embraces her new copy of "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" as she and friends enjoy cookies and lemonade following a storytelling session in the adjacent classroom. First Book of Horry County recently awarded the Boys and Girls Club a grant of $1,271 to provide the children in the program with new books of their own. Photo by Matt Silfer for The Sun News.
McKayla Dingess, 8 (center) embraces her new copy of "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" as she and friends enjoy cookies and lemonade following a storytelling session in the adjacent classroom. First Book of Horry County recently awarded the Boys and Girls Club a grant of $1,271 to provide the children in the program with new books of their own. Photo by Matt Silfer for The Sun News.
McKayla Dingess, 8 (center) embraces her new copy of "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" as she and friends enjoy cookies and lemonade following a storytelling session in the adjacent classroom. First Book of Horry County recently awarded the Boys and Girls Club a grant of $1,271 to provide the children in the program with new books of their own. Photo by Matt Silfer for The Sun News.

First Book — Horry County makes needed grants to Freedom Readers, Kids Hope, two schools

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