Quantcast

1st Annual Day of Reading - Valley News Live - KVLY/KXJB - Fargo/Grand Forks

1st Annual Day of Reading

Posted: Updated:

CHARISM Neighborhood Support Centers is having its 11st Annual Day of Reading with the Fargo Public Library on Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 10 am – 5 pm.  This Celebration of Children's Literacy will bring in local celebrities and heroes to read children's stories throughout the day, helping to bring focus to the joy and importance of reading with youth.  The Day of Reading is being hosted at the Fargo Public Library's Main Branch located downtown at 102 3rd Street North, Fargo.  The event is free and open to the public. 

Schedule of Readers:

10:00 am

Sgt. Tara Morris – Cass County Sheriff's Dept.

10:30 am

Mike McFeely – KFGO

11:00 am

Sgt. George Vinson & K9 Earl – Fargo Police Dept.

11:30 am

Hutch Johnson – KVLY

12:00 pm

Christopher Gabriel – WDAY

12:30 pm

Firefighters – Fargo Fire Dept.

1:00 pm

JJ Gordon – Linebenders Comedians

1:30 pm

Kelly Welle – Teacher of the Year

2:00 pm

Christian Dudzik – NDSU Football Player

2:30 pm

James Burgum

3:00 pm

FM RedHawks Player & Hawkeye

3:30 pm

Jade Monroe – Jade & the Greenhouse (local band)

4:00 pm

Melissa Sobolik – Fargo City Commissioner



 CHARISM is a neighborhood-based, non-profit organization that provides outreach programs to low-income youth and their families living in the McCormick Park and Stonebridge communities. Established in 1994, CHARISM currently partners with over 40 businesses and organizations in Fargo-Moorhead including the Fargo Police Department, Fargo Public Schools, and Fargo Park District.   CHARISM has been recognized for its work with under-privileged youth over the past 19 years through such awards as the 2009 ChamberChoice Small Non-Profit of the Year Award, Northwest Area Foundation Great Strides Award, and the Martin Luther King Human Relations Award.



























  • Local NewsMore>>

  • Blind Man Runs For Cystic Fibrosis

    Blind Man Runs For Cystic Fibrosis

    A blind Dekalb, IL man has been seen running through Jamestown on his 11,000 mile trek to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis.David Kuhn is running for his 12-year-old granddaughter Kylie who is afflicted with the disease. So far Kuhn has raised over $3,400 for the cystic Fibrosis Foundation.To donate or to run with Kuhn, visit itsallicando.blogspot.com
    A blind Dekalb, IL man has been seen running through Jamestown on his 11,000 mile trek to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis.David Kuhn is running for his 12-year-old granddaughter Kylie who is afflicted with the disease. So far Kuhn has raised over $3,400 for the cystic Fibrosis Foundation.To donate or to run with Kuhn, visit itsallicando.blogspot.com
  • What is it? Z!ng Restaurant!

    What is it? Z!ng Restaurant!

    Gourmet take-and-make meals are designed for busy families who want fresh, whole foods. You can order using your smart phone, pick it up, then heat it up at home.
    Gourmet take-and-make meals are designed for busy families who want fresh, whole foods. You can order using your smart phone, pick it up, then heat it up at home.
  • FAA regulations keep UND unmanned aircraft grounded

    FAA regulations keep UND unmanned aircraft grounded

     UND has one of only a handful of four-year unmanned aircraft pilot programs in the country, but instructors say student tuition means the FAA would consider flights commercial, which is prohibited.
     UND has one of only a handful of four-year unmanned aircraft pilot programs in the country, but instructors say student tuition means the FAA would consider flights commercial, which is prohibited.
Powered by WorldNow
Powered by 

WorldNowAll content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and Valley News Live. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.