Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Greenville Kiwanis donates books to kids

For the second year, Greenville Kiwanis has donated books to kindergarten, first and second graders at Woodland Heights as a “special reading program with a treat.”

Six hundred books were delivered to the school Monday by five members of Kiwanis, with each child told to take the book home and read it with their parents or another member in their family. They were given slips to have signed and returned with the promise of a special treat – cookies and milk or juice – for the whole class if everyone did it.

Pictured is Kiwanis Past President Mike Henry. Also participating were Joe Payne, President, and Kiwanians Jim Scharr, Lynne Gump, Holly Hill and Bob Robinson.


  1. Looking for a Kitchen Pass HusbandNovember 24, 2010 at 11:33 AM

    Wow! What a nice looking classroom! Whoever the teacher is they must be outstanding! What a benefit to Greenville Schools.

  2. Probably Photoshopped. Just sayin'.


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