2016-11-30 / Features

Chick-fil-A Donates Book House To PS 206


Paul and Taryn Daniels, local owner/operator of the Chick-fil-A at Queens Center Mall present Joan Thomas, Principal of PS 206, The Horace Harding School with The Book House at an assembly on Friday, November 18. Paul and Taryn Daniels, local owner/operator of the Chick-fil-A at Queens Center Mall present Joan Thomas, Principal of PS 206, The Horace Harding School with The Book House at an assembly on Friday, November 18. Chick-fil-A at Queens Center Mall continues Chickfil A’s legacy of serving the community by giving back.

Chick-fil-A at Queens Center Mall collected new children’s books to be placed in a Book House and donated to a local school. The Book House, made of reclaimed wood, acts as a free library exchange by giving the community a chance to take one book if they leave another behind. One of many initiatives launched by the Chickfil A Foundation, the book collection supports Chick-fil- A’s dedication to youth and education. Members of the community were invited to bring books to support the Book House donation during the First 100 Event and Grand Opening Day, on September 1. Paul Daniels, local owner/operator of the Chick-fil-A at Queens Center Mall, chose to donate the Book House and books to PS 206, The Horace Harding School. PS 206 serves his residential area and is local to Queens Center Mall. Daniels and his wife, Taryn, presented the Book House during a morning assembly on Friday, November 18.

Queens Center is located at 90-15 Queens Boulevard in Elmhurst, www.ShopQueensCenter.com.

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