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Family Reading Night Held at Washington Middle School

Family Reading Night, an annual free community celebration of reading, was held at Washington Middle School on Friday, March 2.
It was the 18th year for the reading event, sponsored by The School District of Washington, The Washington Missourian and Washington Optimist Club, with the support from the Washington Public Library, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of New Haven and Neighborhood Reads Bookstore.

The guest author/illustrator was Brian Biggs. He shared his book, “Tinyville Town Gets to Work,” about a happy town that finds it needs a new bridge and sets out to build one.

In addition to the opportunity to meet the author, children listened to stories read by community leaders and local high school students, participate in crafts based on books, and win books.

The guest readers were:

*Parents as Teachers Educators;

*Washington Mayor Sandy Lucy;

*Stories Matter Staff;

*Washington High School Concert Choir;

*Washington High School Wrestling Team;

*Washington High School Football Team;

*Washington High School Girls Swim Team;

*Washington High School Spanish 3 Students;

*Teaching Careers Students, Four Rivers Career Center

*Sandi Hillermann McDonald, Hillermann Nursery and Florist;

*WMS teacher Stefanie Virgen, Emerson Teacher of the Year

*All Abilities;

*Borgia Football Team;

*Borgia Softball Team;

*Aaron Groff, MODOT

*Washington Fire Department;

*Sheba and Immanuel Lutheran Comfort Dog Team;

*John Nilges, Washington City Engineer;

*Darren Johnson, UPS;

(Washington Historical Society;

*Sign Language Readers;

The Washington Police Department performed, “Three Billy Goats Gruff.”

Music was provided by Steve Leslie.

More than 30 baskets of books were given away at the end of the event, following a readers’ theater performed by the Washington Police Department.

Links for The Washington Missourian’s photo galleries from Family Reading Night are below.

Posted by: Craig Vonder Haar, District Admin, School District of Washington Published:3/6/18
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