Altrusa donates books to kindergarteners


Greenfield Elementary Principal Robert Schumm is shown passing out books donated by Altrusa International of Highland County, which presented books to all the school’s kindergarten students recently. Altursa is a group of women who work as mentors, teachers, community leaders, and child advocates. Its primary goal is to promote literacy in Highland County. Its gift of books to students is in hope that it will encourage the love of reading at an early age.


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Greenfield Elementary Principal Robert Schumm is shown passing out books donated by Altrusa International of Highland County, which presented books to all the school’s kindergarten students recently. Altursa is a group of women who work as mentors, teachers, community leaders, and child advocates. Its primary goal is to promote literacy in Highland County. Its gift of books to students is in hope that it will encourage the love of reading at an early age.

Greenfield Elementary Principal Robert Schumm is shown passing out books donated by Altrusa International of Highland County, which presented books to all the school’s kindergarten students recently. Altursa is a group of women who work as mentors, teachers, community leaders, and child advocates. Its primary goal is to promote literacy in Highland County. Its gift of books to students is in hope that it will encourage the love of reading at an early age.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Altrusabookspic.jpgGreenfield Elementary Principal Robert Schumm is shown passing out books donated by Altrusa International of Highland County, which presented books to all the school’s kindergarten students recently. Altursa is a group of women who work as mentors, teachers, community leaders, and child advocates. Its primary goal is to promote literacy in Highland County. Its gift of books to students is in hope that it will encourage the love of reading at an early age. Submitted photo
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