THE POST-SIGNAL / Jeannine LeJeune
Standing behind students from Vickie Milson’s second grade and Caitlyn Scanlan’s third grade classes at Ross Elementary are, from left, Stacie Kupsa, school librarian; Cynthia Winbush, NAUW Crowley branch president; Dr. Ezora Proctor, city alderwoman and member of NAUW; Rev. James Proctor, Acadia Parish School Board member and Paula Cutrer, school principal. NAUW recently kicked off a literacy and physical fitness project, funded by a grant at the school that will carry on throughout the year and impact churches and schools alike.

THE POST-SIGNAL / Jeannine LeJeune
Dr. Ezora Proctor, Crowley city alderwoman and member of NAUW (Crowley branch), hands out and talks to the children about the books they received as part of the NAUW’s grant. Proctor wrote the grant that is designed to get children reading and moving.

NAUW Crowley branch kicks off grant project

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