A Rotary tradition: Dictionaries for third-graders


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The Milford Matamoras Rotary Club was interviewed by DVE-TV at Delaware Valley Elementary School, as they have continued a long-standing tradition of donating dictionaries to each third grader in the Delaware Valley School District. They have been donating the dictionaries for more than 30 years. Pictured in the back row (from left): John Wroblewski, Art Ridley, and Tom Murante of the Milford Matamoras Rotary Club. Seated: Michael Brown, Rainna Carr, DVE-News/TV Reporters. (Photo by Peg Snure)



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