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  • First Lady Sandra Deal reads to St Anne first-graders

    Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal surprised St. Anne School first-graders as their "mystery reader" with a visit to their classroom and a story hour. Deal, who once taught the sixth-grade, read "Will Powers: Where There's a Will There's a Way" by Coy Bowles as part of the Read Across Georgia Initiative to support childhood literacy.

First Lady Sandra Deal reads to St Anne first-graders

Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal surprised St. Anne School first-graders as their "mystery reader" with a visit to their classroom and a story hour. Deal, who once taught the sixth-grade, read "Will Powers: Where There's a Will There's a Way" by Coy Bowles as part of the Read Across Georgia Initiative to support childhood literacy.
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer