Lions give dictionaries to LCS students

The Lafayette Area Lions made a special presentation at Lafayette Charter School Wednesday, Nov. 7. Three members of the club were on hand to present “Webster’s Dictionary for Students” to ten students. Three are third graders, with the others being older students who are new to the school and had not received dictionaries previously. The presentation was made in conjunction with The Dictionary Project, a national program that traces its roots to 1992. Over 30.1 million children have received dictionaries because people and organizations have seen the need in their communities. The students are front, from left: Steve Pena, Davian Simmons, Aiden Roy, Himalaya Harrison, and Johnathan Pena. Second row: Mykayla Weston, Isabella Williams, Jayden Roy, Christopher Lieder, and Ida Siegmann. Lions on hand to make the presentation were Sandy Hartley, Lee Zion, Stacy Reinhart, and Ruth Klossner.

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The Lafayette Area Lions made a special presentation at Lafayette Charter School Wednesday, Nov. 7. Three members of the club were on hand to present “Webster’s Dictionary for Students” to ten students. Three are third graders, with the others being older students who are new to the school and had not received dictionaries previously. The presentation was made in conjunction with The Dictionary Project, a national program that traces its roots to 1992. Over 30.1 million children have received dictionaries because people and organizations have seen the need in their communities. The students are front, from left: Steve Pena, Davian Simmons, Aiden Roy, Himalaya Harrison, and Johnathan Pena. Second row: Mykayla Weston, Isabella Williams, Jayden Roy, Christopher Lieder, and Ida Siegmann. Lions on hand to make the presentation were Sandy Hartley, Lee Zion, Stacy Reinhart, and Ruth Klossner.

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