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Family Fun at Literacy Night in Marlborough

Kindergartner Darren Elliott and his fourth-grader brother, Marcus, play a multiplication game. Courtesy
Kindergartner Darren Elliott and his fourth-grader brother, Marcus, play a multiplication game. Courtesy

More than 200 families spent the evening of June 3, in the Richer Elementary gym cafeteria and classrooms playing games and putting together arts and crafts designed to reinforce math and literacy skills in a fun, family-friendly environment.

Staff and volunteers were on hand to help with activities and snacks, and Girl Scout Troop 72826 passed out free books to Richer students who attended. 

Submitted by Beth Wagner, communications liaison, Marlborough Public Schools.

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