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Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland reads to Belle Terre Elementary School students. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

Over 80 volunteers read to students at BTES African American Read-In

Friday, Feb. 22, 2019 |

Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland reads to Belle Terre Elementary School students. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

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Author Dorothy Mayhue reads a book she wrote, called "Monkey Bread Soup," at the African American Read-In. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

Friday, Feb. 22, 2019 |

Author Dorothy Mayhue reads a book she wrote, called "Monkey Bread Soup," at the African American Read-In. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

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Author Dorothy Mayhue reads a book she wrote, called "Monkey Bread Soup," at the African American Read-In. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

Friday, Feb. 22, 2019 |

Author Dorothy Mayhue reads a book she wrote, called "Monkey Bread Soup," at the African American Read-In. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

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BTES Principal Dr. Terence Culver and Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland at the African American Read-In. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

Friday, Feb. 22, 2019 |

BTES Principal Dr. Terence Culver and Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland at the African American Read-In. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

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Sarah Horne-Rone reads to students. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

Friday, Feb. 22, 2019 |

Sarah Horne-Rone reads to students. Photo courtesy of Flagler Schools

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