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24 Jun

(WDTV) For 20 years now, Energy Express has served the needs of children from our state’s rural and low income areas. It’s a program that focuses on nutrition and summer reading.

The WVU Extension Agency and Americorps run the program. It’ll be at 72 sites in 40 counties, which means more than 32,000 children will maintain or gain reading skills through the program.

Stacie Moore, one of the site supervisors for the program, said, “It gives them a safe place to come every day. It keeps stability in their lives. They get two meals every day, and they get to participate with educational activities. It’s rewarding.”

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