Read for the Record is a chance to ‘share in a child’s reading journey’ in Middle Georgia

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Read for the Record is a chance to ‘share in a child’s reading journey’ in Middle Georgia

Glenn Heald participating in Read for the Record at Porter Elementary School in 2017.

Glenn Heald participating in Read for the Record at Porter Elementary School in 2017.

Glenn Heald participating in Read for the Record at Porter Elementary School in 2017.

Glenn Heald participating in Read for the Record at Porter Elementary School in 2017.

If you love to read, the United Way of Central Georgia needs your help.

Read for the Record, which increases awareness of the importance of early childhood literacy, will be held Thursday, Nov. 7.

The plan is to have volunteers read “Thank you, Omu” by Oge Mora to students at 27 elementary schools in five Central Georgia counties: Bibb, Houston, Monroe, Crawford, and Jones, according to a press release from United Way of Central Georgia.

Read more here.