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March 4, 2013

Photo Gallery: Students Share Passion for Reading During Literacy Day

Local children took part in a variety of activities to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ 109th birthday last weekend in Farinon College Center during Lafayette’s 13th annual Literacy Day. Organized by the College’s America Reads-America Counts team, the program promotes enthusiasm for reading and includes a teen conference in Kirby Hall of Civil Rights.

Literacy Day is one of dozens of programs sponsored by the Landis Community Outreach Center focused on helping local, national, and international communities. Volunteer opportunities include Alternative School Break, Hunger and Homelessness Week, Make a Difference Day, Best Buddies, Kids in the Community, Pre-Orientation Service Program, Lafapalooza: Lafayette’s National Day of Service, and many others.

View and share more images of Literacy Day on Flickr

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1 Comment

  1. Omg this day was so much fun! I can’t wait until next year! Thanks John, Tatiana, Emily, Taryn, Maggie, Danny, Steven, Adrienne, Abdul, Dena, and Autumn!!!! You guys were great!!!

    ~Love, Annisa & Tiffany!

    says Annisa Muqtadir
    March 13, 2013 at 8:42 pm
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