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Savannah Grove Elementary School conducts reading pep rally

November 10, 2018
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Savannah Grove Elementary School students Nov. 1 conducted a pep rally and accepted the challenge of reading and logging six books in 35 days for a chance to win free tickets to the first Carolina Havoc Arena League football game, scheduled for March.

FLORENCE, S.C. -- Savannah Grove Elementary School students Nov. 1 conducted a pep rally and accepted the challenge of reading and logging six books in 35 days for a chance to win free tickets to the first Carolina Havoc Arena League football game, scheduled for March.

The school-wide reading initiative’s goal is for students to enjoy reading books, newspapers, magazines and other printed material and to share their love of reading.

Participating students’ names will be displayed on the “I’m a Team Reader” board at the school’s main entrance.

The initiative is sponsored by the Carolina Havoc Professional Arena Football team under the management of Steven Smith.

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