Thursday, March 12, 2009

Georgia USA Districts Team with Dolly Parton on Literacy


On 6 March, country music legend Dolly Parton and Rotary International announced a collaborative relationship to begin a new chapter in promoting early childhood reading. The 3 District Governors in Georgia representing all 203 Rotary Clubs in that state were involved, DGs Ted Propes, Kenan Kern and Gary Moore.  


Under the agreement, Rotary clubs in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States are encouraged to support the Dollywood Foundation's Imagination Library, which provides a book each month to children from birth until age five. Click here for the full story from RI News

3 comments:

Gary Moore, DG 6910 said...

It was the best literacy event in which I have ever been involved. I highly recommend this format and co-participants!!!

Tom Haydon, RID 7000 said...

My congratulations to the Georgia Governors!

Jim Henry said...

Congratulations to the Georgia Districts and their leadership for having foresite and for setting targets above the standard box.