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  • Rep. Richard Smith treats Pre-Kindergarten students to story time

    Georgia State Rep. Richard Smith read Pete the Cat and Hungry Caterpillar stories to rambunctious Pre-K youngsters at the Growing Room Too in celebration of 25 years of the Georgia Pre-K program. "It's a wonderful experience," Smith said. "I would encourage everyone to come read to these kids."

Rep. Richard Smith treats Pre-Kindergarten students to story time

Georgia State Rep. Richard Smith read Pete the Cat and Hungry Caterpillar stories to rambunctious Pre-K youngsters at the Growing Room Too in celebration of 25 years of the Georgia Pre-K program. "It's a wonderful experience," Smith said. "I would encourage everyone to come read to these kids."
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer