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This profile was last updated on 10/22/08  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

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The Junior League of Waco, Inc. - Board/Advisors, 22 Oct 2008 [cached]
Ann Roznovsky, Marketing Director, Waco Tribune-Herald
"From the start, it was a ..., 29 Nov 2010 [cached]
"From the start, it was a grass-roots effort," said Ann Roznovsky, co-founder of the program.
Roznovsky, former marketing director for the Tribune-Herald , was inspired to start Storybook Christmas when she attended the 1990 convention of the International Newspaper Promotion Association.
The convention recognized a program, also called Storybook Christmas, launched two years earlier by the Lexington Herald-Leader in Kentucky.
A columnist at the newspaper had floated the idea that charities should give children books instead of just toys, and readers wrote in, persuading her to take on that effort.
Roznovsky saw the need for children to own their own books was as pressing in inner-city Waco as in the Appalachians, and she pitched the idea for a Waco Storybook Christmas when she returned to work.
Larry Browning of the literacy council worked with Roznovsky to establish and expand the program.
Roznovsky said people can help by donating and raising money or new children's books. The books can be dropped off at the Tribune-Herald , Barnes and Noble and post offices around the county.
This weekend, Barnes and Noble is donating a portion of sales from its books to the program for customers who request it.
Monetary donations may be addressed to Storybook Christmas, P.O. Box 6088, Waco 76706-6088.
Roznovsky said some families have made Storybook Christmas part of their holiday tradition.
"Some families get their children to pick out their favorite book from when they were in third grade," she said.
Roznovsky has her own favorite: "The Little Engine That Could."
"If the message of that book could be instilled in every child in McLennan County, we'd have no problems," she said.
The Catholic Spirit On-line, 12 April 2005 [cached]
Ann Roznovsky, marketing director of the Waco Tribune-Herald, said she recalled when she first came to Waco, "The nuns wore those beautiful big headdresses as they quietly served the patients' needs.The increase in volunteers to help on every floor has been impressive, as has Providence Health Systems' involvement in all things that improve the quality of life in Central Texas."
Think for a moment how dramatically health care has changed since Providence came to be 100 years ago, she added.
Baylor University || Baylor Honors Former CENTCOM Communications Director, 25 Aug 2003 [cached]
· 1997 - Jack Loftis, editor emeritus of the Houston Chronicle and a 1957 Baylor graduate; Hollis Biddle, special projects director of the Waco Tribune-Herald and former managing editor of Texas Football magazine; and Ann Roznovsky, marketing director of the Waco Tribune-Herald
Specialty Tours | Waco & The Heart of Texas, 26 Sept 2013 [cached]
Tour Contact: Ann Roznovsky (254) 757-5791 or
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