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What book still lives with you from your childhood? "Winnie the Pooh?" Is Eeyore still rattling around there with Christopher Robin? Or perhaps it's "Green Eggs and Ham," in Dr. Seussland. Celebrating Rotary's Literacy Month, Corinne Van Renssalaer conceived the idea of revisiting ones's childhood in search of favorite memories.
Members are asked to bring their special book to the next meeting at 6:30 Wednesday, July 28 in the Elysian Hotel's Conference Room.
Calling herself "a bear of very little brain," Van Renssalaer said "Everyone can read, and we'll all make fools of ourselves together. We can let the child in us read for tomorrow."
Titled "An Evening of Juvenile Distinction," members of the Bovoni Boys and Girls Club's Rotary sponsored Rainbow Reading Room will attend the event. Members are urged to invite a child or two, as well.

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What book still lives with you from your childhood? "Winnie the Pooh?" Is Eeyore still rattling around there with Christopher Robin? Or perhaps it's "Green Eggs and Ham," in Dr. Seussland. Celebrating Rotary's Literacy Month, Corinne Van Renssalaer conceived the idea of revisiting ones's childhood in search of favorite memories.
Members are asked to bring their special book to the next meeting at 6:30 Wednesday, July 28 in the Elysian Hotel's Conference Room.
Calling herself "a bear of very little brain," Van Renssalaer said "Everyone can read, and we'll all make fools of ourselves together. We can let the child in us read for tomorrow."
Titled "An Evening of Juvenile Distinction," members of the Bovoni Boys and Girls Club's Rotary sponsored Rainbow Reading Room will attend the event. Members are urged to invite a child or two, as well.