United Way of St. Charles helps local school children “Read and Rise”

From staff and wire reports
November 16, 2012 at 10:45 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Pictured Back Row L to R:  Norco Elementary Librarian Kim Guidry, Tony Skipper (Scholastic), Principal Kelli Oertling, Melissa Frederick (United Way), Jennifer Luquette (Clear Channel Radio), Geronimo Stilton (Storybook Character), Holly Cooney (Scholasti
Pictured Back Row L to R: Norco Elementary Librarian Kim Guidry, Tony Skipper (Scholastic), Principal Kelli Oertling, Melissa Frederick (United Way), Jennifer Luquette (Clear Channel Radio), Geronimo Stilton (Storybook Character), Holly Cooney (Scholasti
United Way of St. Charles Parish partnered with Clear Channel Radio to provide the "Read and Rise" program to 246 children at Norco Elementary School.

All students were provided with $5 vouchers to receive one free book at the schools Scholastic Book Fair.




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