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Martinsville Bulletin: Boys and Girls Club members turn their thoughts and ideas into book

Martinsville Bulletin: Boys and Girls Club members turn their thoughts and ideas into book
Bulletin photo by Mickey Powell: JaQuise Anglin (left) examines the book that he and other students in the Boys and Girls Clubs' after-school program at Albert Harris Elementary School recently wrote. His mother Comelitia Gravely also is pictured.

May 2, 2016

By MICKEY POWELL Bulletin Staff Writer

Compiling their thoughts and ideas into a book that recently was published has instilled the enjoyment of writing in students in the Boys & Girls Clubs’ after-school program at Albert Harris Elementary School.

More than 40 students have their own individual pages in the book. Their pages feature their photos along with their writings about their experiences in the program. Hand-drawn pictures illustrate some of their experiences.

Studentreasures Publishing of Topeka, Kansas, published the book, simply titled "Boys & Girls Clubs of the Blue Ridge Albert Harris Site." Copies will be placed in the Martinsville school’s office and library, and students and their families are able to obtain their own copies, according to Myra Moore, the club’s unit director.

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