Books for William Wells Brown
On Dec. 3, the Fayette County Republican Women's Club held its annual Christmas luncheon at Spindletop Hall. This year, the club's literacy committee donated library books to William Wells Brown Elementary School. The school held an essay contest for the students to choose one boy and one girl to attend the luncheon and receive the first donated book. From left are Jane Elam, chair of the club's literacy committee; Hailee Wheat and J'Lynn Hersey, students at William Wells Brown Elementary School; and Cheryl Diamond, a teacher at William Wells Brown.
Books for William Wells Brown On Dec. 3, the Fayette County Republican Women's Club held its annual Christmas luncheon at Spindletop Hall. This year, the club's literacy committee donated library books to William Wells Brown Elementary School. The school held an essay contest for the students to choose one boy and one girl to attend the luncheon and receive the first donated book. From left are Jane Elam, chair of the club's literacy committee; Hailee Wheat and J'Lynn Hersey, students at William Wells Brown Elementary School; and Cheryl Diamond, a teacher at William Wells Brown.
Books for William Wells Brown On Dec. 3, the Fayette County Republican Women's Club held its annual Christmas luncheon at Spindletop Hall. This year, the club's literacy committee donated library books to William Wells Brown Elementary School. The school held an essay contest for the students to choose one boy and one girl to attend the luncheon and receive the first donated book. From left are Jane Elam, chair of the club's literacy committee; Hailee Wheat and J'Lynn Hersey, students at William Wells Brown Elementary School; and Cheryl Diamond, a teacher at William Wells Brown.

Education notes: Dec. 16

December 15, 2014 09:00 PM