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Mayor Williams Reads at Energy Express
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 21:20 Updated 1 year ago
Approximately 3,000 children throughout the state will maintain or gain reading skills through Energy Express this summer.
The program is designed to provide learning opportunities and nutrition during the summer months when children are most at risk for falling behind on reading levels.