Governor Proclaims May 17 as “Wyoming Literacy Day”

May 11, 2016

In conjunction with the upcoming Wyoming Reads celebration, Governor Matt Mead has issued a proclamation designating May 17, 2016 as “Wyoming Literacy Day.” Wyoming Reads gives first grade students across the state a hardback book to encourage literacy. Learn more at


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