DAR David Campbell Chapter Volunteers Read At Schools For Dr. Seuss' Birthday

Monday, March 12, 2018
Volunteers from David Campbell chapter of the DAR read at various schools in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday
Volunteers from David Campbell chapter of the DAR read at various schools in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday

The David Campbell chapter of the DAR supported literacy in several Hamilton County and Marion County schools for the Read Across America celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday. 

Members read to over 600 students at the following schools: Daisy, Soddy, McConnell, North Hamilton County, East Ridge, Siskin Early Learning Center, Jasper, and South Pittsburg Elementary schools. 

"What a fun way to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday and encourage reading with these boys and girls," said Stacy Kehoe, with the David Chambell chapter. 

Marie Wingate, Margaret Rollins Meegan Burton,Teresa Rogers, Lauren Knauth, Jeannie Angele, and Susan Lindsey were the readers at the various schools for Dr. Seuss' birthday. 


Volunteers from David Campbell chapter of the DAR read at various schools in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday
Volunteers from David Campbell chapter of the DAR read at various schools in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday


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