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Jumpstart family literacy program held at Reynolds Center

March 11, 2013

Family literacy program to be held at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center.

The monthly Jumpstart family literacy program will be held in the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center for the next three months, according to Dorene Doyle, director of the LeFlore County Literacy Council.
The family reading and activity event is held at 5:30 p.m. on the last Tuesday of each month. The next Jumpstart will be March 26.
The event includes a story reading for younger children, craft activity and free books for children up to age 11 and their parents or guardians.
Free refreshments also are provided.
For more information, contact Doyle at (918) 647-3833.

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