Trumbull United Way to Mark ‘Dr. Seuss Day’

WARREN, Ohio – More than 100 volunteers will read Dr. Seuss books Wednesday in more than 174 classrooms across Trumbull County to commemorate “Dr. Seuss Day.”

Volunteers, recruited by the United Way of Trumbull County, will spend a half hour with students in grades K-2, reading a Dr. Seuss book that will be provided to them by United Way of Trumbull County.

Additionally, all students in the Warren City School District K-2 will receive a copy of the Dr. Seuss book read in their classroom, provided through the Cafaro Foundation, according to the United Way’s announcement of the event.

Fifteen schools in 10 school districts are participating. Districts include Champion, Howland, Hubbard, LaBrae, Lakeview, Liberty, Mathews, Niles, Warren and Newton Falls. Volunteers will also be reading to students in Seaborn Elementary School in Mineral Ridge and Prospect Elementary School in Girard.

Special guests include Warren Mayor Doug Franklin; Trumbull County Commissioners Mauro Cantalamessa, Frank Fuda and Dan Polivka; state Rep. Sean O’Brien; Howland Chief of Police Paul Monroe; McDonald Mayor Glenn Holmes; and Trumbull County Probate Judge James Fredericka.

Volunteers also will include representatives of Albert Guarnieri & Co., American Association of University Women, Cafaro Co., city of Warren, Cortland Banks, Drake Manufacturing, Howard Hanna, Laborers Local 935, Mahoning Valley Scrappers, Niles Board of Education, Psycare, Regional Chamber Foundation, Scope, Trumbull Community Action Program, Tribune Chronicle, Trumbull County Juvenile Court, Trumbull County Probate Court, Trumbull Retired Teachers Association, Trumbull Family and Children First Council, Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership, Valley Counseling, Warren Junior Women’s League and Warren Area Board of Realtors.

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