Rotary Club of Madison County, North Carolina
Third grade students in Madison County Schools were recently given the gift of a dictionary by the Rotary Club of Madison County. The Club has participated in The Dictionary Project since 2004 and to date, has provided over 3,700 dictionaries to Madison County students. Hot Springs Elementary third grade teacher Earl Lynn Allison said her students look forward to the dictionary project each year.... Read More
Beloit Elks Lodge # 864, Wisconsin
For 15 years, the Beloit Elks Lodge # 864 in Beloit, Wisconsin has provided a dictionary to third grade students in Beloit. Cumulatively, the lodge has provided over 11,1000 dictionaries. Last year, an “Americanism Bookmark” was added to their gift. Kenneth Boss, Elks Project Chairman, told us “The response from the kids has been unbelievable. This is a great way to promote Americanism at... Read More
Essex Junction Lions Club, Vermont
Doris Maynard, Treasurer of the Essex Junction Lions Club sent us a letter and pictures of her club’s dictionary project. She wrote in her letter: Brief history: I was a brand new Lion at my first cabinet meeting back in 2017. Another Lion from a nearby club shared the story of the Dictionary Project and I was “hooked!” Our club voted to take part... Read More
Rotary Club of Hendersonville Morning, Tennessee
For 14 years, the Hendersonville Morning Rotary Club in Tennessee has presented a dictionary to each third grade student in Sumner County, providing nearly 31,000 dictionaries to students in 30 schools, including Gene Brown Elementary School!
Big Rapids Lions Club, Michigan
The Big Rapids Lions Club partnered with The Dictionary Project this year to provide dictionaries to nearly 200 third grade students in Big Rapids and Paris, Michigan. The students were thrilled to get a dictionary of their own.
Bedford Lions Club, Indiana
Since 2006, the Bedford Lions Club has participated in The Dictionary Project, presenting a personal dictionary to third grade students in Lawrence County, Indiana. In total, the club has provided more than 6,000 dictionaries to area students.