Monday, March 6, 2017

Annual Women’s Club of Westminster Dr. Seuss read across Carroll County

Annual Women’s Club of Westminster Dr. Seuss read across Carroll County

March 6, 2017 / Kevin Dayhoff

William Winchester Elementary School Westminster Md. - I had a cup of coffee with some fantastic local community leaders this morning as we waited to be assigned to our rooms by Beverly Jane Humbert of the Women’ Club of Westminster, and the staff of William Winchester Elementary School; to read Dr. Seuss books.

From left to right, Lynn Wheeler, the exe. dir. of the Carroll County Public Library, Steve Guthrie, superintendent of Carroll County Public Schools, longstanding Westminster council member and former Westminster common council president Dr. Bob Wack, local business owner and artist, Lyndi McNulty, and Kevin Dayhoff. Monday morning, March 6, 2017 at William Winchester Elementary School, on the old Albaugh and Babylon Farm in Westminster.

The GFWC Woman's Club of Westminster, along with other civic organizations, community leaders and businesses, annually promote literacy and encourage reading in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday.

According to Jackie Hering, education department chairperson of the Woman's Club of Westminster, and chair of the event, "It's wonderful to see the children's faces light up when you sit down to read to them."
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