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ACPC events celebrated grandparents and grand persons

By Paula Garrison, Coordinator

Adair County Primary Center celebrated grandparents/grand persons with Bingo for Books and Walk to Read events. These were held on Monday night, September 26 for Kindergarteners and their grandparents or grand persons and Monday night, October 3 for 1st and 2nd graders and their grandparents or grand persons.

Participants played bingo and won up to 3 books in the cafeteria and also walked in the gym to earn 2 more books for walking 2 laps. The night ended with Healthy Kids Clinic Nurse Practitioner Tiffany McMinnoway and Ibby Hopper, Director of School Based Services, reading to students.

A special thanks to Jelaine Harlow with the Health Department and W.A.T.C.H. Coalition, Lindsey Wilson College Bonners, and Healthy Kids Clinic for assisting with this event.

This event was sponsored by Family Resource Center, Title I, 21st Century Camp Casey, and W.A.T.C.H. Coalition.



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Tiffany McMinoway reading to students at ACPC



2016-10-05 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Ibby Hopper.
Adair County Primary Center celebrated grandparents/grand persons with Bingo for Books and Walk to Read events. These were held on Monday night, September 26 for Kindergarteners and their grandparents or grand persons and Monday night, October 3 for 1st and 2nd graders and their grandparents or grand persons.

Participants played bingo and won up to 3 books in the cafeteria and also walked in the gym to earn 2 more books for walking 2 laps. The night ended with Healthy Kids Clinic Nurse Practitioner Tiffany McMinnoway and Ibby Hopper, Director of School Based Services, reading to students.

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Bingo for Books



2016-10-05 - Adair County Primary Center, 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Paula Garrison.
Gabriel Lofton with grandfather Marshall Burton playing bingo to win books at Adair County Primary Center on Monday, September 26, 2016.

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Walk to Read at Adair County Primary Center



2016-10-05 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Paula Garrison.
Grandmother, Marguerite Keen, with grandchildren, Carson Coomer, Virginia Willis, and George Willis at the Walk to Read event on Monday, September 26, 2016, held at Adair County Primary Center.

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