HALO Read program kicks off Sunday in Warren County
A registration and kick-off event for HALO Read (Helping All Little Ones Read) will be held Sunday, Nov. 22 from 1-3 pm at the Lions Shelter #1 next to Fantasy Land in Front Royal. Families of children aged 0-5 should plan to attend to enjoy a fun-filled, socially distanced experience while registering for this free program (which is open to all Warren County residents). Administered by the Warren Coalition (in partnership with Warren County Public Schools and WHAT MATTERS), HALO Read is an affiliate program of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
Listen below to learn more about the HALO Read program and how to get involved. In the interview, Alyssa McBeth speaks with Beth Waller of WHAT MATTERS and Joyce Jenkins-Winner, the HALO Read program coordinator.
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