Dictionary distribution in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
The Rotary Supper Club of Jackson, Wyoming, recently completed distribution of several hundred dictionaries to third-grade elementary students in Teton County, Wyoming. At a club meeting, Rotary members adhered a special sticker in the front touting the Club’s donation and the Rotary Four-Way Test. Dates of distribution were set and members went in groups to give the students the dictionaries and explain one of the major goals of Rotary world-wide: Literacy. Elementary schools served were John Colter, Davy Jackson, Moran, Alta, Teton Science, and Wilson. The project was spearheaded and implemented by Past President Francis Warziniack.