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Whittier’s High School’s Service Learning students recently hosted their second annual book drive for the Sedalia Area Literacy Council. The books donated will be used in the Open Door summer food program, where students of all ages will have the opportunity to read all summer long. Shown, from left, are Whittier service learning teacher Shawn Cairer, Betty Albrecht of the Sedalia Area Literacy Council, John Schwenk of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club, Whittier student Desmond Echols, Jack Menges of Open Door, Whittier students Tia Williams, Gabi Pascual, Katie Goodson and Caitlyn Bedell, and John Meehan of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club. We invite readers to submit photos for “Community Snapshot,” which features images of local residents and events. Images must be current, in JPEG format and must be the property of the person submitting the photo. Please include your name, city and a contact telephone number with your submission (phone numbers will not be published). Please also include the names of all persons in the photo and any additional information. Email your submissions to [email protected]


Whittier’s High School’s Service Learning students recently hosted their second annual book drive for the Sedalia Area Literacy Council. The books donated will be used in the Open Door summer food program, where students of all ages will have the opportunity to read all summer long. Shown, from left, are Whittier service learning teacher Shawn Cairer, Betty Albrecht of the Sedalia Area Literacy Council, John Schwenk of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club, Whittier student Desmond Echols, Jack Menges of Open Door, Whittier students Tia Williams, Gabi Pascual, Katie Goodson and Caitlyn Bedell, and John Meehan of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club. We invite readers to submit photos for “Community Snapshot,” which features images of local residents and events. Images must be current, in JPEG format and must be the property of the person submitting the photo. Please include your name, city and a contact telephone number with your submission (phone numbers will not be published). Please also include the names of all persons in the photo and any additional information. Email your submissions to [email protected]
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd051416WhittierLiteracy1.jpgWhittier’s High School’s Service Learning students recently hosted their second annual book drive for the Sedalia Area Literacy Council. The books donated will be used in the Open Door summer food program, where students of all ages will have the opportunity to read all summer long. Shown, from left, are Whittier service learning teacher Shawn Cairer, Betty Albrecht of the Sedalia Area Literacy Council, John Schwenk of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club, Whittier student Desmond Echols, Jack Menges of Open Door, Whittier students Tia Williams, Gabi Pascual, Katie Goodson and Caitlyn Bedell, and John Meehan of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club. We invite readers to submit photos for “Community Snapshot,” which features images of local residents and events. Images must be current, in JPEG format and must be the property of the person submitting the photo. Please include your name, city and a contact telephone number with your submission (phone numbers will not be published). Please also include the names of all persons in the photo and any additional information. Email your submissions to [email protected]

Whittier’s High School’s Service Learning students recently hosted their second annual book drive for the Sedalia Area Literacy Council. The books donated will be used in the Open Door summer food program, where students of all ages will have the opportunity to read all summer long. Shown, from left, are Whittier service learning teacher Shawn Cairer, Betty Albrecht of the Sedalia Area Literacy Council, John Schwenk of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club, Whittier student Desmond Echols, Jack Menges of Open Door, Whittier students Tia Williams, Gabi Pascual, Katie Goodson and Caitlyn Bedell, and John Meehan of the Sedalia Noonday Optimist Club.

We invite readers to submit photos for “Community Snapshot,” which features images of local residents and events. Images must be current, in JPEG format and must be the property of the person submitting the photo. Please include your name, city and a contact telephone number with your submission (phone numbers will not be published). Please also include the names of all persons in the photo and any additional information. Email your submissions to [email protected]

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