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Tamaqua Public Libary encourages reading to Rush Elementary School students

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS
Published March 08. 2012 05:01PM

Staff and volunteers with the Tamaqua Public Library honored Dr. Suess's birthday as they dropped off reading kits to all the students at the Rush Elementary School in Hometown. The kit included reading crafts and stationary. Pictured from front left are Rebecca Rodgers, 5, Connor Dillon, 6, Graycee Kovalchick, 5, and Hannah Benderawicz, 6. Back row from left are Christina Modesto, 6, Chase Andrews, 6, Manuel Bohorquez, 7, PTO member Kelly McGlinchey (who read Dr. Seuss to the classes), Jayden Kubert, 7, Marissa Deeble, 7, and McKenna Thompson, 6.

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