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"This will be our third year to deliver a dictionary to every third grader in the Pasadena Independent School District. With this current delivery we will have totaled over 13,000 dictionaries delivered in three short years. It is amazing the joy that simple act brings to these kids and in turn the same can be said for the Rotary members. In the Pasadena Independent School District approximately 75%-80% of the children our on the free lunch program. This dictionary quickly becomes a prized possession for kids who do not have much else that is just theirs!"

Kenneth Haesly, Rotary Club of Pasadena, Pasadena, TX

Featured Articles

Volunteers from the Sunbeam Grange #2 and the Friends of the Kelley Farm completed their annual dictionary project this past November after distributing 456 dictionaries to students attending the Clearview, Otsego, and Westwood Elementary Schools in Minnesota.
Members of the Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch donated 432 dictionaries to students attending Acres Green, Copper Mesa, Coyote Creek, Eldorado, and Sand Creek Elementary Schools in Littleton and Highlands Ranch, Colorado this past December.
The Gulf Breeze High School Key Club vice President, John Stopper, requested a grant for $666.66 from the Florida Key Club District.
Joe Mc Kay’s “Crazy About Words” … toasting our language since 2003!
In this day of online dictionaries and smartphone apps, is a paperback dictionary still a necessity? We get questions like this from time to time.
The Kiwanis Club of Sheffield continues its commitment to the youth of Southern Berkshire by once again participating in The Dictionary Project.
The Wayne County Community Foundation has a longstanding dedication to the education of students in Wayne County, and the Foundation’s Dictionary Project places that interest directly into the hands of its young people.
BASSETERRE ST. Kitts, October 18th, 2013 -- One of the very significant and important Projects for the Rotary Club of St. Kitts for the year 2013 – 2014 is the Dictionary Project.