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Florida’s first lady reads to kids at Westside Elementary School

Florida’s first lady reads to kids at Westside Elementary School

Florida’s first lady Ann Scott flew in from Tallahassee with the governor on March 20 for a roughly two-hour visit at Westside Elementary School in Glen St. Mary.

Governor Rick Scott’s wife of 41 years read a story book to multiple groups of students there and took questions afterward.

Mrs. Scott is pictured above reading with the help of second grader Sarah Dopson. The book was about a little lightning bug named Leo who overcame ridicule by his fellow lightning bugs to gain his self confidence.

“I loved reading the story. It was a good lesson,” she told the children after finishing the book.

Governor Scott, meanwhile, was at a preschool in Jacksonville with the city’s Mayor Alvin Brown touting the importance of early childhood education and his recent signing of legislation to reduce tag fees.

Joel Addington

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