Community support makes literacy event a success

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Rotary Club of Waterdown would like to thank all the families who participated in our Family Literacy Day activities, either by writing a story together as a family or by coming out to Story Time.

We are particularly grateful to the judges of the Family Story-Writing Contest: Brenda Jefferies from the Flamborough Review, Sharon Boughton from Hamilton Public Library and Al Parker, retired teacher from Mary Hopkins.

We also could not have had such a successful event without our sponsors: Ilona and Merissa Skeba from East Side Mario's (Waterdown) and Sherry and Serge Aubin from BusyBee Toys and Books. Thanks so much for your support and enthusiasm.

We hope to make Family Literacy Day an annual event in our community and would welcome comments and suggestions to info@waterdown-rotary.net.

Nan Bruce

President, Rotary Club of Waterdown

Community support makes literacy event a success

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Rotary Club of Waterdown would like to thank all the families who participated in our Family Literacy Day activities, either by writing a story together as a family or by coming out to Story Time.

We are particularly grateful to the judges of the Family Story-Writing Contest: Brenda Jefferies from the Flamborough Review, Sharon Boughton from Hamilton Public Library and Al Parker, retired teacher from Mary Hopkins.

We also could not have had such a successful event without our sponsors: Ilona and Merissa Skeba from East Side Mario's (Waterdown) and Sherry and Serge Aubin from BusyBee Toys and Books. Thanks so much for your support and enthusiasm.

We hope to make Family Literacy Day an annual event in our community and would welcome comments and suggestions to info@waterdown-rotary.net.

Nan Bruce

President, Rotary Club of Waterdown

Community support makes literacy event a success

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Rotary Club of Waterdown would like to thank all the families who participated in our Family Literacy Day activities, either by writing a story together as a family or by coming out to Story Time.

We are particularly grateful to the judges of the Family Story-Writing Contest: Brenda Jefferies from the Flamborough Review, Sharon Boughton from Hamilton Public Library and Al Parker, retired teacher from Mary Hopkins.

We also could not have had such a successful event without our sponsors: Ilona and Merissa Skeba from East Side Mario's (Waterdown) and Sherry and Serge Aubin from BusyBee Toys and Books. Thanks so much for your support and enthusiasm.

We hope to make Family Literacy Day an annual event in our community and would welcome comments and suggestions to info@waterdown-rotary.net.

Nan Bruce

President, Rotary Club of Waterdown