DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY: Employees pop tabs to help Ronald McDonald House

Dallas Public Library issued the following announcement on Feb. 3.

Dallas Public Library employees were given a challenge: fill a house with pop tops and help the Ronald McDonald House help sick children.

“Not only did we fill the collection box house with our Pull for the House challenge,” said Library Associate Jill Azaria, “we had to tape the roof down so the tabs wouldn’t fall out. I know a lot of you cut your fingers, pulled muscles, destroyed manicures, overfed pets and drank gallons of sodas to make the campaign a huge success,” she said. In addition to library employees, including security officers, a Boy Scout and Adventurer Troop at the Lochwood Branch also collected 1.5 gallons of tabs to help fill the house.

“The best news is that we pulled together to help give families with sick children what they need most: each other,” Azaria said. The Ronald McDonald House Charity collects and recycles the tabs from soda and food cans to support Tabs to Keep Families Close – a McDonald House program that keeps families together when their child needs medical care.

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