Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Springfield Elks present dictionaries to students

Annually, the Springfield Elks Lodge #1560 donates dictionaries to all third graders at Union Street School in Springfield.

www.eagletimes.com    

5 comments :

  1. Yay for the Elks! This is a wonderful service!!

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  2. English dictionaries are not much use to children that can only speak spanish, russian, chinese, urdu or arabic. 65 million "Mericans" now live in homes that don't speak english.

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    1. Please refrain, troll. This story is 100% positive.

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    2. Third grade students want iPads not dictionaries. Another useless self-serving promotion that pretends to be helping kids for an organization that is really a social club masquerading as a somewhat misguided charitable organization. Party on Elkers!

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    3. Judging from your lack of punctuation, you could benefit from a dictionary yourself.

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