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Dallas Rotary Club donates dictionaries

February 20. 2013 1:20AM
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The Rotary Club of Dallas recently donated dictionaries to all third-grade students in Back Mountain schools. The dictionary project committee, chaired by Bill Nafus, distributed more than 400 books to Dallas and Lake-Lehman School District students. The third-grade teachers welcomed the Rotarians and thanked them for their dedication to literacy and education. Presenting a dictionary to his grandson Jesse Blight, a third-grade student at Dallas Elementary, is Nafus.

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