Literacy project finale draws large crowd


Washington Court House City Schools finished the largest literacy project in Fayette County history with the Blue Lion County Fair at the Washington Middle School this week, which was well-attended. Pictured is Cherry Hill first grade student Madison Bihl with her “curly-tailed friends” Wilbur and Wilma. Stay with the Record-Herald for more coverage of this event in a future edition.

Washington Court House City Schools finished the largest literacy project in Fayette County history with the Blue Lion County Fair at the Washington Middle School this week, which was well-attended. Pictured is Cherry Hill first grade student Madison Bihl with her “curly-tailed friends” Wilbur and Wilma. Stay with the Record-Herald for more coverage of this event in a future edition.


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Washington Court House City Schools finished the largest literacy project in Fayette County history with the Blue Lion County Fair at the Washington Middle School this week, which was well-attended. Pictured is Cherry Hill first grade student Madison Bihl with her “curly-tailed friends” Wilbur and Wilma. Stay with the Record-Herald for more coverage of this event in a future edition.

Washington Court House City Schools finished the largest literacy project in Fayette County history with the Blue Lion County Fair at the Washington Middle School this week, which was well-attended. Pictured is Cherry Hill first grade student Madison Bihl with her “curly-tailed friends” Wilbur and Wilma. Stay with the Record-Herald for more coverage of this event in a future edition.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/03/web1_IMG_20200305_205544_532.jpgWashington Court House City Schools finished the largest literacy project in Fayette County history with the Blue Lion County Fair at the Washington Middle School this week, which was well-attended. Pictured is Cherry Hill first grade student Madison Bihl with her “curly-tailed friends” Wilbur and Wilma. Stay with the Record-Herald for more coverage of this event in a future edition. Courtesy photo