By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Reading to Rover at the Statesboro library makes reading fun for children
070307 READ TO ROVER 1
Katrina Hennessy, 3, reads a "Clifford" book to Tip the Border Collie during a session of "Reading to Rover" at the Statesboro Regional Library Tuesday. The session was done in conjuction with members of Pawsitive Connections, a new therapy dog group in Statesboro. The program is designed to encourage children ages six and older to read and learn about therapy dogs. The summer program will end on Tuesday, July 17, but will continue in the fall as an evening program. - photo by SCOTT BRYANT/staff

    A "Reading to Rover" session was held at the Statesboro Regional Library Tuesday. The session was done in conjunction with members of Pawsitive Connections, a new therapy dog group in Statesboro. The program is designed to encourage children ages six and older to read and learn about therapy dogs. The summer program will end on Tuesday, July 17, but will continue in the fall as an evening program.
     For more information, call Elaine McDuffie at 764-1344, 764-1345, or stop by the library.

Sign up for the Herald's free e-newsletter