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United Way Event
Read-A-Palooza Promotes Youth Literacy in Chattanooga
This carnival of reading will offer book readings, inflatable bouncy fun, and activities with a focus on early literacy and education. Carnival games offer prizes as well as fun.
The parents of children under age 5 will have the opportunity to sign up for the Imagination Library and receive free books mailed to their home each month until the child is 5 years old. There is also a learning checkup for children ages birth to 5 years. A free family pass to the Creative Discovery Museum is provided for children completing the learning checkup.
Read-A-Palooza is celebrated as part of United Way's Day of Action, providing a variety of options for community involvement and volunteerism.