• In honor of Read Across America Day March 2, Capt. Lawrence Reid, finance resources officer, First Army G-8, prepares to read the Dr. Seuss book "Go Dog Go!" to Virgann Maddison's first grade class at W.A. Fountain Elementary School, one of First Army's partnership schools. First Army Soldiers and Civilian employees have been participating in the Read Across America Day program, which celebrates the birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, at W.A. Fountain for eight years.

    First Army, USAG get involved in area schools

    In honor of Read Across America Day March 2, Capt. Lawrence Reid, finance resources officer, First Army G-8, prepares to read the Dr. Seuss book "Go Dog Go!" to Virgann Maddison's first grade class at W.A. Fountain Elementary School, one of First...

  • Capt. Lawrence Reid, finance resources officer, First Army G-8, reads a Dr. Suess book to Virgann Maddison's first grade class.

    First Army, USAG get involved in area schools

    Capt. Lawrence Reid, finance resources officer, First Army G-8, reads a Dr. Suess book to Virgann Maddison's first grade class.

  • Capt. Lawrence Reid's reading of a Dr. Suess book to Virgann Maddison's first grade class, prompts laughter from the students.

    First Army, USAG get involved in area schools

    Capt. Lawrence Reid's reading of a Dr. Suess book to Virgann Maddison's first grade class, prompts laughter from the students.

  • Maj. Denise Newson, training officer, First Army G-3, reads “Stone Soup” to LaToya Adams' second grade class at W.A. Fountain Elementary School March 2. Newson and other First Army Soldiers went to the school, one of its education partnership schools, as part of Read Across America Day, which celebrates the birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.

    First Army, USAG get involved in area schools

    Maj. Denise Newson, training officer, First Army G-3, reads “Stone Soup” to LaToya Adams' second grade class at W.A. Fountain Elementary School March 2. Newson and other First Army Soldiers went to the school, one of its education partnership...

  • Juanita Nelson (left), Hapeville principal, thanked Col. Deborah Grays, U.S. Army Garrison commander, for her support for the school and for telling her story about life in the Army.

    First Army, USAG get involved in area schools

    Juanita Nelson (left), Hapeville principal, thanked Col. Deborah Grays, U.S. Army Garrison commander, for her support for the school and for telling her story about life in the Army.

  • Col. Deborah Grays, U.S. Army Garrison commander, visits with students at Hapeville Elementary School as part of their Military Day event Feb. 17. Grays left the children with the message that they could be anything they want if they get a good education and make good choices.

    First Army, USAG get involved in area schools

    Col. Deborah Grays, U.S. Army Garrison commander, visits with students at Hapeville Elementary School as part of their Military Day event Feb. 17. Grays left the children with the message that they could be anything they want if they get a good...

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