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Photo Slideshow: Alhambra Community Celebrates Literacy at Read Across America Event

  • The Alhambra Source blew up balloons and held a bookmark drawing contest for children at the Alhambra Teachers Association, the Alhambra Unified School District and the Alhambra Educational Foundation's Read Across America event on Sat, April 13 at Alhambra Park. Photo by Phoenix Tso.

  • Alhambra Educational Foundation President Steve Perry and Alhambra Source Community Outreach Manager Dominic Tovar at the Alhambra Source's Read Across America booth. Photo by Phoenix Tso.

  • Educational Coordinator Maria Moreno blew up balloons for children at Read Across America. Photo by Phoenix Tso.

  • Children were encouraged to exercise their creativity at a variety of booths offering drawing, coloring and bookmark making. Photo by Phoenix Tso.

  • Community volunteers read picture books to children at various tents. The purpose of Read Across America was to also send each child home with two books. Photo by Phoenix Tso.

  • Alhambra Teachers Association President Tammy Scorcia reads to children at Read Across America. Photo by Phoenix Tso.

  • Alhambra Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler reads to children at Read Across America.

  • Alhambra Source Community Outreach Manager speaks with Alhambra Latino Association board member Esther Ybarra at Read Across America. Photo by Phoenix Tso.

  • Alhambra City Councilmember Jeff Maloney and his son draw on bookmarks at the Alhambra Source Read Across America booth. Photo by Phoenix Tso.


Alhambra , CA United States

Hundreds of children and their parents came out on a sunny morning last Saturday for the Alhambra Teacher Association’s second annual Read Across America event. For two hours, volunteers read for children and handed out books to them, with the goal of giving two books to each kid who attended. The program was organized in collaboration with the Alhambra Unified School District and the Alhambra Educational Foundation. Volunteer readers included ATA President Tammy Scorcia and Alhambra Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler. Various school district and city officials attended, including Alhambra Unified School District Superintendent Denise Jaramillo, Board of Education Member Wing Ho and City Councilmembers Jeff Maloney, Ross Maza and Katherine Lee. Organizations including the Alhambra Latino Association, Asian Americans Advancing Justice and the Alhambra Source set up tables for children to make bookmarks and partake in other activities.

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