Interact helps KCDC

The Kemmerer Interact helped the KCDC with a literacy project. Pictured are Ahu Tarasi, Samantha Butler, Akvile Zajanckauskaite, Tara Countryman, Kenley Plowman, Axel Tomlin, Nick Carlson (Interact President), Gabe Platt, Kadan Taylor, Ivan Chacon, Abigail Pringle (KCDC), Braxton Pope, Jonathan Platt, Elizabeth Wetz. (COURTESY PHOTO/Cynthia Platt)

KEMMERER — On Thursday, Jan. 30, students of the Kemmerer Child Development Center (KCDC) came to Kemmerer Junior Senior High School for their annual reading night.  But this year was a little different.  The Kemmerer Interact club, a subsidiary of the Rotary Club, won a grant to work on a literacy project.  With funds from Interact and Rotary in combination with the grant money, Interact was able to purchase a book for each student.  They served the kids and their families a wonderful taco dinner.  Kaylynn See, an Usborne distributor, presented on literacy and reading at home.  Then, the Interact students read books to the kids, who each went home with a new book and a smile!  Katie Julander, the director of KCDC, said that the turnout was fantastic, and that she really enjoyed working with KJSHS students


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