- Associated Press - Monday, July 27, 2015

July 27—What are those farm animals up to now? Come join the fun and see what mischief they are causing at the farm during Daymar College’s monthly Story Hour. The next story hour will be held Aug. 14, 2015, at 9 a.m. at Daymar College, located at 206 Sam Walton Drive, Russellville.

“We began this program to give back to the community,” said Tammy Dauley, Career Services Coordinator for Daymar College. “We feel it is extremely important to show children at a young age that reading can be fun. This will give them a basic love for reading, which will in turn help them in their future education.”

There is no charge for this program, story hour is free to those who want to come and participate. The program was open to all ages of children during the summer, however, now that school has started back the program is geared towards the preschool age.

August will be a farm theme, which means books and handouts will be all about the farm.

“We will be reading a story, having a snack, playing games and offering prizes,” said Dauley.

Daymar College has been helping students achieve their educational and career goals since 1963.

They design their programs with you and your future success in mind. At Daymar College, they help prepare their graduates for the challenges of tomorrow’s workplace and beyond. They offer quality programs in some of today’s most in-demand fields, including:

Business

Criminal Justice

Health Care

Technology & Design

Health & Wellness

Their student-focused environment helps ensure that your success is their top priority. Their friendly and knowledgeable staff can assist you from start to finish — through the application process, financial aid and choosing the best career training program for your professional goals.

For more information about the story hour, please contact Dauley at 270-726-8311.

To contact Chris Cooper, email [email protected] or call 270-726-8394.

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