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Literacy is the good word for members of the Newkirk Area Neighborhood Association, who take Public School 249 students on a tale-telling journey to promote the love of reading after donating $1,000’s worth of books to the Flatbush school, 18 Marlborough Road

Pictured are: Leonora Loney, Pearl Lee, Saul Schneiweiss, Assemblymember Rhoda Jacobs, Mavis Theodore, Principal Elisa Brown and Sandra Harris, and students Alex Cabrera, Alesha Lissone and Arianna Grees (from clockwise).

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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