All the words they need


The Bensely-Rounds American Legion Auxiliary Unit 280 of Iroquois recently presented student dictionaries to the fourth-graders at the Pearl Creek Colony school. In the back row, left, are the presenters Annette Dunham and Charemon Dunham. In the front row from left to right are Megan Wollman, Conner Waldner, and Dakota Waldner.

In the second photo, the unit also presented student dictionaries to the third-graders in the Iroquois Public School. Presentations were made by Auxiliary members Annette Dunham and Charemon Dunham. The third-graders receiving the dictionaries were, from the left in the front: Ali Rowcliffe, Arianna Bakke, Willy Miller and Zackary Almont. Back row is Emmet Dunsworth, Jaycee Groenewold, Clarissa Hanson, Summer Gondzar, Noah VanDiepen and Ms. Uttecht.

The student dictionaries include braille, sign language, state and presidential information along with dictionary information and much more.

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