Teaching a love for reading


A new dad in his own right, Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings took some time Thursday to read to Miss Rachel’s and Miss Nicki’s Head Start class. Hastings told The Times-Gazette he wanted to help instill a love for reading in children, saying that he felt they were never to young to learn to read.

A new dad in his own right, Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings took some time Thursday to read to Miss Rachel’s and Miss Nicki’s Head Start class. Hastings told The Times-Gazette he wanted to help instill a love for reading in children, saying that he felt they were never to young to learn to read.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

A new dad in his own right, Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings took some time Thursday to read to Miss Rachel’s and Miss Nicki’s Head Start class. Hastings told The Times-Gazette he wanted to help instill a love for reading in children, saying that he felt they were never to young to learn to read.

A new dad in his own right, Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings took some time Thursday to read to Miss Rachel’s and Miss Nicki’s Head Start class. Hastings told The Times-Gazette he wanted to help instill a love for reading in children, saying that he felt they were never to young to learn to read.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/10/web1_Drew-reading-to-the-munchkins.jpgA new dad in his own right, Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings took some time Thursday to read to Miss Rachel’s and Miss Nicki’s Head Start class. Hastings told The Times-Gazette he wanted to help instill a love for reading in children, saying that he felt they were never to young to learn to read. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette