Finn holds Community Reading Day

Above: Mrs. Young’s first grade class with Sergeant Tim Slatkavitz (contributed photo)

Students at Finn school welcomed some special guests last week as part of its annual Community Reading Day. Preschool, kindergarten and first grade classes simultaneously hosted volunteer readers from a cross section of the Southborough community. The volunteers each explained their role in the community and read a story to the class. At the end, readers donated the book to the class on behalf of SOS, and in turn, the classes presented the readers with a certificate of appreciation.

The books read and donated were Swim! Swim! by Lerch (preschool), Llama Llama Time to Share by Anna Dewdney (kindergarten), and Roxaboxen by Alice McLerran (first grade).

Finn School and the SOS wanted to pass along their thanks to all the volunteer readers for making it a successful event.

  • Julie Cedrone, Reverend, Pilgrim Church
  • Lewis Dougherty, MPS Soccer Teacher
  • Doreen Ferguson, Director, Southborough Recreation Department
  • John Gulbankian, Owner, J&M Machine Company
  • Gretchen Hartnett, Co-Owner and Teacher, Southborough Village Preschool
  • Patricia Howard, Owner and Teacher, Active Soles
  • Linda Hubley, Editor and Photographer, Southborough News
  • Kim Ivers, Children’s Librarian, Southborough Library
  • Chief Joseph Mauro, Southborough Fire Department
  • Dan Mauros, Cub Scout Troop Leader
  • Molly Megan, Soccer Coach and Nurse
  • Chris Robbins, Veteran, American Legion Post 161 and President of Southborough Rotary Club
  • Sergeant Tim Slatkavitz, Southborough Police Department
  • Laurie Sugarman-Whittier, Assistant Director, Southborough Youth & Family Services
  • Jane Tagliari, Teacher, Southborough Village Preschool

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