CC Reads culminates successful year


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General Denver Chef Jen Purkey creates a special menu each year for the Clinton County Reads dinner, which was a packed house for the second year in a row.

General Denver Chef Jen Purkey creates a special menu each year for the Clinton County Reads dinner, which was a packed house for the second year in a row.


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At the event are, from left: Front, Mary Thomas Watts, Curt Bradshaw, Peggy Dunn, Marla Stewart, and Nancy Ehas; back, Joy Brubaker, Bonnie Starcher, Eileen Brady, Joe Knueven, and Chris Owens.


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WILMINGTON — Curt Bradshaw of the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center spoke to a sold-out Clinton County Reads 2018 dinner April 11 at the General Denver.

This year’s Clinton County Reads book choice was “A Mother’s Reckoning,” by Sue Klebold, mother of Columbine High School killer Dylan Klebold.

Bradshaw, who is the Coordinator of Gifted Services for the SOESC, spoke to the group about working as a community to prevent children from falling through the cracks, tying in the author’s findings and advice with his own research and experience with students in the community, including gifted children.

General Denver Chef Jen Purkey creates a special menu each year for the Clinton County Reads dinner, which was a packed house for the second year in a row.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_cc-reads-crowd-1.jpgGeneral Denver Chef Jen Purkey creates a special menu each year for the Clinton County Reads dinner, which was a packed house for the second year in a row. Courtesy photos

At the event are, from left: Front, Mary Thomas Watts, Curt Bradshaw, Peggy Dunn, Marla Stewart, and Nancy Ehas; back, Joy Brubaker, Bonnie Starcher, Eileen Brady, Joe Knueven, and Chris Owens.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_cc-reads-posing-1.jpgAt the event are, from left: Front, Mary Thomas Watts, Curt Bradshaw, Peggy Dunn, Marla Stewart, and Nancy Ehas; back, Joy Brubaker, Bonnie Starcher, Eileen Brady, Joe Knueven, and Chris Owens. Courtesy photos

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