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June 22, 2006

Thomasville-  School may be out for the summer, but a Thomasville Reading Center is still encouraging students to read.  Thirty nine students are participating in the summer reading program at the Rainbow Reading Center.

Students practice word sound on the computers. The program also encourages students to find a book they enjoy and read. 

"If they read something that they like, they will read more, and that's what we want them to do, read more books," said Shirley Hall, Rainbow Reading Center Director. 

Students take frequent trips to the library. The program runs through the fourteenth of July.

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