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Gentry Receives $40,000 Gift to Support Literacy from Dollar General
On Friday morning, October 25, 2013, Gentry High School was pleasantly surprised to receive a donation of $40,000 from Dollar General to support literacy and to launch a Reading Revolution within the school. These funds will be used to increase test scores, to expand the library collection, to develop engaging literacy programs, and to inspire a love for reading. Gentry and the Indianola School District are thankful to Dollar General for this generous gift that will benefit students for years to come.
From Left to Right: Chris Snow, Mario Tort, Gared Watkins, Amelia Wilson & Keenan Davis
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