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Press release provided by Management and Training Corporation
The Giles W. Dalby Correctional Facility is embarking on a new service project throughout the month of March to improve literacy in the community by collecting books for area childcare and senior care centers including Toddler Town, Windham Head Start, Golden Plains Care Center and Slaton Care Center.
This is one of four service projects the Dalby Correctional Facility will participate in throughout 2021 to celebrate Management and Training Corporation’s (MTC) 40th anniversary.
“We’re so excited to do what we can to support Toddler Town, Windham Head Start, Golden Plains Care Center and Slaton Care Center,” said Martin Friend, Facility Warden “MTC was founded on the principles of helping others change their lives through education and training — and literacy is key to that mission.”
At the end of book drive, the Giles W. Dalby Correctional Facility will tally up the number of books that were donated and deliver them to Toddler Town, Windham Head Start, Golden Plains Care Center and Slaton Care Center on March 31.
“We’re grateful to The Giles W. Dalby Correctional Facility for their partnership,” Friend said. “These books will be a great help to the people we serve. Literacy is vital to helping people live successful lives, no matter the age.”
To support this effort, contact John Powell at 806-495-2175 ext. 321.
MTC was founded in 1981 with a mission to help at-risk, underserved men and women change their lives through education and training. MTC operates the Giles W. Dalby Correctional Facility for Bureau of Prisons (BOP).