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Coleman Center ready to celebrate ‘Read Across America’

By STAFF REPORTS,

The Cat in the Hat and other childrens’ literary icons will once again pay a visit to the Friendly City when the Coleman Center for Families and Children and Petal Excel By 5 take part in Read Across America, a yearly initiative from the National Education Association designed to motivate kids to read and to bring the joys of reading to student











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