Fun event raises Reading Program funds


Indian Lake Elementary School reading guru Fisherwoman Frieda hands out cookies to students at the Indian Lake Elementary School McStaff Night on Oct. 18 at the Russells Point McDonalds. The event served up fun and funds for the elementary Summer Reading Program, raising $300 in sales and more than $250 in tips. Principals, teachers and other school staffers took orders, helped prepare food, handed out food at the drive-thru.

Indian Lake Elementary School reading guru Fisherwoman Frieda hands out cookies to students at the Indian Lake Elementary School McStaff Night on Oct. 18 at the Russells Point McDonalds. The event served up fun and funds for the elementary Summer Reading Program, raising $300 in sales and more than $250 in tips. Principals, teachers and other school staffers took orders, helped prepare food, handed out food at the drive-thru.


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Indian Lake Elementary School reading guru Fisherwoman Frieda hands out cookies to students at the Indian Lake Elementary School McStaff Night on Oct. 18 at the Russells Point McDonalds. The event served up fun and funds for the elementary Summer Reading Program, raising $300 in sales and more than $250 in tips. Principals, teachers and other school staffers took orders, helped prepare food, handed out food at the drive-thru.

Indian Lake Elementary School reading guru Fisherwoman Frieda hands out cookies to students at the Indian Lake Elementary School McStaff Night on Oct. 18 at the Russells Point McDonalds. The event served up fun and funds for the elementary Summer Reading Program, raising $300 in sales and more than $250 in tips. Principals, teachers and other school staffers took orders, helped prepare food, handed out food at the drive-thru.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/10/web1_DSC_1711.jpgIndian Lake Elementary School reading guru Fisherwoman Frieda hands out cookies to students at the Indian Lake Elementary School McStaff Night on Oct. 18 at the Russells Point McDonalds. The event served up fun and funds for the elementary Summer Reading Program, raising $300 in sales and more than $250 in tips. Principals, teachers and other school staffers took orders, helped prepare food, handed out food at the drive-thru. Submitted photo