Rotary Club of Manchester

Pictured above: Two third-grade classrooms at St. James School pose with Rotarians Photo Credits: Geoffrey Naab, Rotary Club of Manchester The Rotary Club of Manchester, Connecticut, sent us pictures from their most recent Dictionary Day, where they visited St. James School and presented students with copies of ‘Webster’s Dictionary for Students.’ This year, Rotarians have visited 13 schools, ensuring that many more students have...
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Danville Junction Grange # 65

Danville Junction Grange # 65 in Maine presented 360 third-graders with dictionaries this year. Member Glenys Ryder wrote that the students were “anxiously awaiting their ‘very own’ dictionaries!” She went on to say: “They have heard about these from older children, and their anticipation is great! As they open their dictionaries to find the sections on sign language, planets, presidents, and so much more, their faces radiate their...
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Rutland South Rotary Club

The Rutland South Rotary Club in Vermont sent us a lovely update! They were recently featured in a local paper, and passed the article along to us. It reads as follows: Rutland, VT: The Third Graders in Mrs. Hogan’s class at Clarendon Elementary School in North Clarendon, Vermont (pictured above) were thrilled to receive their brand new dictionaries. While browsing the pages they could learn...
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Rotary Club of Stone Mountain, GA

Members of the Rotary Club of Stone Mountain, Georgia, recently presented 1,200 refugees in nearby Clarkston with dictionaries. Rotarians were able to make this generous gift thanks to a Rotary District grant. Third graders received copies of A Student’s Dictionary in the hopes that their transition to the English language will be a smooth and easy one. Rotary Club President, Gillian Leggett, had this...
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Struthers Rotary Club

Struthers Rotary Club recently continued its tradition of presenting dictionaries to third graders in their community. They visited two schools and gifted over 300 students with word power. The Rotarians have taken part in the Dictionary Project since 2004, and have presented 4,872 students with dictionaries and thesauruses in that time.