Altrusa gives 3rd grades chapter books


Altrusa International of Highland county presented a chapter book to all Greenfield Elementary third grade students recently. Altrusa is a Highland County group of women who work as mentors, teachers, community leaders and child advocates. Its primary goal is to promote literacy throughout the county. Besides giving all Highland County third graders chapter books, they have placed Little Free Libraries in many area communities and provided grants for educators in Highland County for several years.


Altrusa International of Highland county presented a chapter book to all Greenfield Elementary third grade students recently. Altrusa is a Highland County group of women who work as mentors, teachers, community leaders and child advocates. Its primary goal is to promote literacy throughout the county. Besides giving all Highland County third graders chapter books, they have placed Little Free Libraries in many area communities and provided grants for educators in Highland County for several years.

Altrusa International of Highland county presented a chapter book to all Greenfield Elementary third grade students recently. Altrusa is a Highland County group of women who work as mentors, teachers, community leaders and child advocates. Its primary goal is to promote literacy throughout the county. Besides giving all Highland County third graders chapter books, they have placed Little Free Libraries in many area communities and provided grants for educators in Highland County for several years.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Altrusa-pic.jpgAltrusa International of Highland county presented a chapter book to all Greenfield Elementary third grade students recently. Altrusa is a Highland County group of women who work as mentors, teachers, community leaders and child advocates. Its primary goal is to promote literacy throughout the county. Besides giving all Highland County third graders chapter books, they have placed Little Free Libraries in many area communities and provided grants for educators in Highland County for several years.
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